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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

Harrisburg 



Annual Report 



1971-72 



Anthracite, Bituminous Coal and 
Oil and Gas Divisions 



MILTON J. SHAPP 



MAURICE K. GODDARD 

Secretary 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

Harrisburg 




ANNUAL REPORT 



1971 



Anthracite, Bituminous Coal and Oil and Gas Divisions 



Printed in compliance with the 
Coal Mine Act of April 14, 1903 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



1971 



Page 



A Report Of Accomplishments Of Pennsylvania's Department 

Of Environmental Resources 7 

ANTHRACITE REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Summary Of Anthracite Mines, Production And Fatalities 

By District . . 17 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatals By County ... 18 
Production, How Shipped, Average Days Worked, Explo- 
sives And Fatal And Nonfatal Accidents By District. . 19 

Summary Of Employes By District 20 

Operators Producing 50,000 Or More Tons 21 

Fatal Accident Victims 22 

Causes Of Fatal Accidents By County 22 

County — District Cross Reference List 23 

Map Of Strip Mine Districts 2U 

Map Of Deep Mine Districts 25 

Production Table : 

Production, etc., of Anthracite Operators by District . 29 

Breakers, Washeries And Preparation Plants 59 

Anthracite Operators 63 

BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatals By County ... 71 
Summary Of Bituminous Mines, Production And Fatalities 

By District 72 

Summary By Districts Bituminous Coal Region 73 

Operators Producing Over 300,000 Tons Of Deep Mined 

Coal 7U 

Operators Producing Over 200,000 Tons Of Strip Mined 

Coal 75 

Fatal Accident Victims 76 

Causes Of Bituminous Fatal Accidents By County 

County — District Cross Reference List 

Map Of Deep Mine Districts 79 

Map Of Strip Mine Districts 80 

Production Table : 

Production, etc., of Bituminous Coal Operators by 

District 83 

Geographical Table : 

Geographical Locations, etc., of Bituminous Coal Opera- 
tions by District 153 

Cleaning Plants 219 

Bituminous Coal Operators 225 

OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

Tables 1 to 9 235 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



1972 



Page 



Secretary's Statement 280 

Citizens Advisory Council 282 

Environmental Quality Board 282 

Office of Mines and Land Protection 283 

Photographs of Selected Activities 286 

Summary of Mine Inspectors Reports 295 

Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Fatal Accidents 3li5 

ANTHRACITE REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Production, Employes and Fatalities 1870 - 1972 .... 389 

Forty-four Year Study of Anthracite by County 391 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatalities By County . 399 
Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production And Fatalities 

By District U00 

Production, How Shipped, Average Days Worked, Employes, 

Explosives, Fatal And Nonfatal Accidents U01 

Summary Of Deep, Bank And Breaker Employes U02 

Operators Producing 50,000 Or More Tons U03 

Production And Accident Record For Operators Having 

A Fatality kOk 

Fatal Accident Victims U05 

Causes Of Fatal Accidents By County U05 

Accidents In Which Five Or More Persons Were Killed 

18U7 - 1972 U06 

County — District Cross Reference List U09 

Map Of Strip Mine Districts UlO 

Map Of Deep Mine Districts Ull 

Production Table : 

Production, etc., of Anthracite Operators by District . hXS 

Breakers, Washeries And Preparation Plants U37 

Anthracite Operators UUl 

BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Production, Employes And Fatalities 1877 - 1972 .... hhl 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatals By County . . . kh9 
Summary Of Bituminous Coal Mines, Production And 

Fatalities By District U50 

Deep Production Of Coal And Coke - Net tons k$l 

Summary Of Deep Mine Employes U52 

Operators Producing Over U00,000 Tons Of Deep Mined 

Coal During 1972 U53 

Operators Producing Over 200,000 Tons Of Strip Mined 

Coal During 1972 U5U 

Fatal Accident Victims U55 

Causes Of Bituminous Fatal Accidents By County U56 

Accidents In Which Five Or More Persons Were Killed 

188U - 1972 U57 

County — District Cross Reference List U59 

Study Of Bituminous Coal By County U60 

Map Of Deep Mine Districts U75 

Map Of Strip Mine Districts U76 

Production Table : 

Production of coal, etc., of Bituminous Coal Operators 

By District U79 



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Geographical Table : 



Geographical Locations, etc., of Bituminous Deep Mine 

Operations By District 531 

Cleaning Plants 5U9 

Bituminous Coal Operators 553 

Directory 563 

• OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

Tables 1 to h 569 

Oil and Gas Inspectors and Districts 606 



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THE SECRETARY 



Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Department of Environmental Resources 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17120 



March 15, 1972 



Honorable Milton J. Shapp 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Governor Shapp, 

The Department of Environmental Resources herewith submits The 1971 
Annual Activities Report of the Mine Inspectors in the Anthracite and Bituminous 
Coal regions. This is in compliance with the Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Mine 
Act (July 17, 1961, P. L. 659), as amended, and the Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal 
Mine Act (November 10, 1965, P. L. 346), as amended. The responsibility for 
this report was assumed from the former Department of Mines and Mineral 
Industries, effective January 19, 1971 (Act 275, Session 1970). 

Included in this report is a synopsis of related activities of other Bureaus 
that compose the Department of Environmental Resources. 

This edition represents the 102nd consecutive Annual Report concerning 
the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal mining activities in the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Maurice K. Goddard 
Secretary 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 
ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT - 1971 



HARRISBURG - "The year 1971 will long be remembered as one of great significance 
in Pennsylvania's battle to preserve and improve the environment." 

This prefatory statement by Maurice K. Goddard, Secretary of the Department of 
Environmental Resources, introduced the first annual report of the new department in 
which he not only focused attention on the creation of the new environmental agency 
- which became effective January 19, 1971 - but of its accomplishments carried out 
despite the intricacies of carefully weaving the sincere efforts of several agencies, or portions 
thereof, into an efficient operation carried out under one department. 

Act 275, which created the new department, provided for a Citizens Advisory Council 
which, since its initial meeting on June 5, 1971, has been extremely active in reviewing 
the various operations of the department and, as the name implies, serving in an advisory 
capacity. 

Legislation also required the establishment of an Environmental Quality Board which 
has a primary responsibility for the development of policies for the department. 

Highlights of its activities thus far include: approval of a policy statement concerning 
forest pest control, adoption of an anti-degradation water quality policy, adoption of the 
fundamental requirements to begin implementing the All Surface Mining Act, and approval 
of 'Hearing Conservation' regulations. 

An Environmental Hearing Board is also included in the provisions of the Act. This 
three-man board will have the power and duty to hold hearings and issue adjudications 
on any order, permit, license or decision of the department. 

Some of the major acts passed during the year include: 

The Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act 147 (All Surface Mining Act), 
signed by Gov. Milton J. Shapp on November 30, 1971, which extends the provisions 
of the Bituminous Coal Open Pit Mining Conservation Act to the surface mining of 
anthracite coal and all metallic and non-metallic minerals. 

Act 26 - Adds clay mines to the Act of August 23, 1961, which provides for 
the creation and administration of an Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Mine Subsidence 
Fund with the Department of Environmental Resources. 

Act 75 - Regulates snowmobiles by making the department responsible for enforcing 
the provisons of the Act. requires that every snowmobile be issued a certificate of 
registration, and requires that every person who is in the business of selling snowmobiles 
be registered as a dealer. 

Act 136 - Provides assistance to persons suffering damage from mine subsidence 
and allows the transfer of any unused funds up to S2 million, appropriated for general 
government use, to a special account administered by the department for emergency mine 
subsidence relief to be used to match Federal funds, to relocate persons whose homes 
were destroyed or endangered, to fill voids from mine subsidences and to make loans 
to home owners for the repair or replacement to homes damaged by mine subsidence. 

Act 137 - Provides terms of office for members of the Environmental Hearing 
Board. 



Act 138 - Fixes the compensation for members of the Environmental Hearing Board. 

Highlights of other activities within the department during 1971 include: 

Office of Radiological Health - The radiation control program was revised with 
routine inspections of X-ray and radioactive material users conducted in 1 ,300 major areas. 
Pennsylvania also became the first state to co-sponsor seminars in X-ray safety and patient 
protection in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. 

Three power generating reactors are in operation in the Commonwealth and by 1 980 
as many as 17 reactors may be in operation. In anticipation of this expansion, the 
Environmental Radiation Protection Program, with partial support from a monitoring 
contract with the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, has initiated a surveillance program 
covering the environs of the operating stations. 

Mine Safety - An application for a grant in the amount of $183,113 was made 
to the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, to allow the creation of a Coal 
Mine Safety Training Program. An additional $125,000 was requested to purchase mine 
safety and rescue equipment to upgrade the capability of the mine safety program. 

Occupational Health - This division prepared, compiled and coordinated planning 
grant applications for Federal funds under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 
1970. These applications are to: indentify occupational health problems, develop a 
comprehensive State plan, define agricultural occupational health problems, train staff, 
and provide training to industrial, union and trade groups. 

Quarries and Explosives - Prepared plans to review State and Federal regulations 
on explosives for consistency and compatability, evaluated the State blasting laws for 
bituminous coal and anthracite mines as well as for those of quarries, and initiated the 
development of a single set of blasting laws and regulations for all mining activity. 

Mine Reclamation - Adopted a policy whereby all strip mine operators are required 
to save the top soil from stripping operations and subsequently use it as surface sealant 
for backfilling of completed or abandoned excavations. 

Solid Waste Management - Approved the Warren County Solid Waste Management 
Plan - the first of its kind in the State to be approved in accordance with the Pennsylvania 
Solid Waste Management Act. By mid-1971 there were 27 solid waste management plans 
received for review including 20 county plans, one multi-county plan, four multi-municipal 
plans and two municipal plans. 

Mine Subsidence Regulation - Legislation was introduced that would require a 
subsurface investigation of all lands on which public schools would be constructed. 

Air Quality and Noise Control - Over 300 interested citizens and representatives 
of industry and various organizations testified at a series of public hearings, held by the 
Environmental Quality Board in Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, when proposed 
air pollution regulations were outlined. 

Meanwhile an "Implementation Plan" has been prepared in accordance with the 
provisions of the Federal Clean Air Act, as amended, and will be reviewed at public hearings 
on January 14, 17 and 19 in Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. 

Completed negotiations with the General Electric Corp. for a 17 station air monitoring 
system which will enable the Commonwealth to obtain accurate, up to date, information 
on air quality so as to take immediate action, if necessary, to prevent "air pollution 
episodes." The first stations will be installed in June, 1972. This system will cost 
$2,380,000 with all but $490,000 being paid by the Federal government. 



Approximately 1.000 new air pollution problems were referred to this bureau and 
with 1,171 active cases carried over from the previous year, over 400 problems were abated 
and over 300 were otherwise resolved. 

Plans for approximately 300 new potential sources of air pollution were reviewed, 
and about 250 inspections were made to determine if construction was in accordance 
with the approved plans. 

Community Environmental Control - The bureau initiated increased direct housing 
code enforcement efforts and attention was given to preparing local government in meeting 
housing code responsibilities through department consultation, code enforcement 
evaluations and training. During 1971 more local housing inspectors were trained at less 
cost in Pennsylvania than in any other State in the nation. 

Action was also taken to prevent the issuance of sewage system permits in those 
municipalities failing to issue permits in accordance with the Act. 

In 1971, 48 per cent of the single family residences sold in Pennsylvania were mobile 
homes and. correspondingly, the number of mobile home parks increased so that over 
1,200 parks must be inspected to insure compliance with department regulations. 

Some 297 migrant labor camps were inspected and 262 were approved. The total 
number of camps has declined by 46 since 1970 due to additional mechanization or failure 
to meet department standards. 

Community Environmental Services - Pennsylvania's Sewage Facilities Act of 1966 
requires all municipalities to plan for adequate sewage facilities on a ten year basis and 
of the 67 counties in the State, 64 county planning commissions have prepared or are 
in the process of preparing county-wide plans. Municipalities in two counties are preparing 
individual plans and the remaining areas will be included in a regionalization study. 
Thirty-two county wide plans have been approved, 26 are under review and six are being 
developed. 

Grants Issued - The department authorized S 1.032,539 in grants to counties and 
individual municipalities to assist in the preparation of official plans as well as related 
studies. 

Strike Force action with respect to municipal planning, or failure thereof, was initiated 
for 478 municipalities of which 341 came into planning compliance. 

Landfill Sites Reviewed - Reviewed were 70 existing and 48 proposed solid waste 
landfill sites, plus modules for 121 landfill and five industrial sites. Six sites were evaluated 
for soil suitability for land disposal of sewage sludge, and 13 sites for suitability for spray 
irrigation of sewage effluent or .liquid industrial waste; while 75 soil evaluations were made 
to determine suitability for subsurface sewage disposal at housing developments, trailer 
parks and schools. 

Rat Control - Twenty-six grants-in-aid for rat control were made encompassing 
178 municipalities and 3,872,475 people. Although the S500.000 appropriation remained 
the same, the increase in the number of participating municipalities was 54 which would 
indicate an increase in local input, that is: code adoption, premise cleanups, equipment 
and manpower for sewer cleaning, closing dumps, extensive weed cutting and providing 
bulk storage for refuse transfer equipment. 

Forty-eight disadvantaged people were enrolled as rodent control workers under the 
Commonwealth Careers Program and 28 of these trainees are now working full time. 

Four new activities were initiated: (1) A cooperative insect survey with The 
Pennsylvania State University; (2) Cooperative rat control programs with model cities in 
Turtle Creek. Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and Lancaster: (3) Cooperative rabbit 



10 bleeding projects for arbovirus detection, and (4) Cooperative pest control contract 

negotiations for all State properties. 

Food Protection - There were 16,768 public eating or drinking places licensed in 
1971, and appro ximatly 200 architectural and engineering plan reviews for new or 
remodeled facilities. 

Two major food borne outbreaks were investigated involving 500 individuals and, 
in addition, approximately 40 investigations were made in response to other reported food 
borne illness cases. 

Pesticide Activities - Data gained from a pesticide usage study made during 1970 
in Adams County was compiled into an article, Pesticide Usage Profile Study - Adams 
County," and steps were taken to conduct a state-wide survey which is to be completed 
and published as a comprehensive index for pesticide usage during the forthcoming year. 

Housing - Each year, 2.1 per cent, or 65,000 existing standard housing units slip 
into the substandard category thus adding to the already 800,000 substandard units in 
Pennsylvania. 

To combat this problem three planned code enforcement projects, involving over 1 ,200 
structures, were initiated this year with compliance achieved in two of these projects. 
In addition, over 2,000 service requests were investigated with an abatement of 1,000 
such cases. 

Assistance was given the Governor's Subcommittee on the development of four 
uniform housing codes for introduction into the Legislature. 

Through a Housing and Urban Development Grant, seven basic training courses, one 
advanced course and eight seminars were provided over 800 housing inspectors; and a 
video-tape series was initiated to augment and extend this division's capability to provide 
additional training. 

Recreational Sanitation - Implementation of the regulation requiring permits for 
organized camps and campgrounds has progressed through its third year with 318 
campgrounds being issued permits during 1971. 

Inspections were also made of the 2,741 public swimming pools and 35 were closed 
temporarily for operational violations. 

Hospitals and Extended Care Facilities - Twenty-five hospital surveys, plus numerous 
technical plan reviews and consultations, were conducted at the request of hospital 
administrators. Also prepared was a training manual for hospital housekeeping staff, and 
a pilot training program involving 50 to 60 hospitals was to be initiated by the end of 
1971. 

Water Quality Management - A net gain of 147 stream miles were reported cleaned 
up at the end of 1971 as compared to 32 miles in 1968, 106 in 1969, and 123 in 1970. 

Enforcement of the Clean Streams Law was greatly strengthened by the work of 
the Environmental Pollution Strike Force and about 27 per cent of the cases were either 
in compliance or else making satisfactory progress by the end of the year. 

Citizen involvement was a key note in the Clean Streams Program during 1971. 
Arrangements were made with a group of law students in the Philadelphia area to develop 
enforcement cases, as well as with interested citizens and students in the Pittsburgh area 
to provide surveillance on the major rivers and collect data for enforcement action. 

A citizen's pollution patrol was organized, and trained, in the Brandywine Creek Basin 



in Chester County; while department representatives provided training for members of 11 

the Southwest Division, Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs. 

These training sessions were aimed at providing instructions on how to collect evidence 
to help in the enforcement of pollution control laws. 

Comprehensive Planning - To improve cost effectiveness and reduce fragmentation 
of sewerage facilities, major emphasis was given to the establishment of the department's 
program for preparing basin and metropolitan/regional waste and water quality management 
plans. 

In line with this, the division is currently in the process of implementing a 
recommendation for nine Water Quality Management Study Areas one of which, for the 
Lake Erie Basin and Erie Metropolitan area, is already underway. The cost of this effort 
is estimated at $367,000 of which 75 per cent will be paid by the Environmental Protection 
Agency under a grant. 

Compliance and Administration - Since the passage of amendments to the Clean 
Streams Law last year, a substantial number of orders have been issued to municipalities 
to construct and operate a sewer system or treatment facility where it was necessary to 
properly provide for the prevention or elimination of pollution of public health nuisances. 

As a result of enforcement actions and related activities, 83 per cent of all sewerage 
cases and 93 per cent of all water supply cases were in compliance or making progress 
toward that end by the close of 1971. 

Approved Operators Applications - The State Board for Certification of Sewage 
Treatment Plant and Waterworks Operators received 3,132 applications of which 2,470 
were approved, 105 were refused certificates, 186 were scheduled for examinations, 78 
applications were in process, and 293 were pending for additional information. 

Industrial Wastes - The Division of Industrial Wastes, through its Pollution Incident 
Prevention Program, issued over 240 orders requiring plans for the prevention of pollution 
from the use, handling, transportation and storage of polluting substances. 

Mine Drainage and Erosion - The pollution case involving the Barnes and Tucker 
Co. was the subject of a lengthy court case when the firm discontinued operating the 
Duman Dam treatment facility built to prevent a recurrence of the 1970 pollution disaster 
on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. 

To protect the West Branch, the department assumed operation of the treatment 
plant but filed a request for a preliminary injunction in Commonwealth Court to require 
Barnes and Tucker to take over the operation. The injunction was granted with the 
stipulation that the Commonwealth pay half the cost. Testimony was also received on 
a request for a permanent injunction. 

Management Service - During the first ten months of 1971, some 418 orders were 
issued to municipalities and industries. Some 884 permits were issued and enforcement 
action was requested against 138 municipalities and industries. As a result of some of 
the latter actions, $183,195 was paid into the State's Clean Water Fund. 

In the area of water quality, some 254 miles of waterways in Pennsylvania, including 
portions of the Susquehanna, Ohio and Monongahela Rivers, were improved as the result 
of pollution abatement efforts. To expand this program there have been adopted water 
quality standards for the intrastate waters of the Lower Ohio and Lower Delaware River 
Basins, while under consideration are standards for the Lehigh River Basin. 

Act 443 Grants - The department reached a record high during the year when 
62 municipalities were offered $51,229,930 in grant money from the Land and Water 



12 Conservation and Reclamation Act 443 to assist in the construction of sewage facilities. 

This amount was based on estimated eligible costs of $108,199,789 and already for 1972 
the department has received 132 applications for funding based on an estimated eligible 
cost of 5195,500,460. 

Subsidy Payments - Two per cent subsidy payments of $9,576,453 were distributed 
to 505 municipalities, 241 school districts and 10 institutional districts through Act 339. 

Engineering and Construction - The biggest challenge facing this bureau concerned 
controlling and managing the vast mine water pools, underlying the northeastern Wyoming 
Valley, which are a major source of pollution to the Susquehanna River and contribute 
to the serious subsidence problems which have plagued this area for years. To find the 
answers, the bureau initiated an 1 8 month joint ground water management study in August 
with the U.S. Geological Survey. 

Projects Completed - Twelve projects, including flood control and recreation, were 
completed at a cost ranging from $2,900 to $985,000: and ten such projects were underway 
at the beginning of 1972. Construction costs of the latter range from $10,000 to over 
$4 million. 

Eleven water management projects were completed, five are under construction and 
nine are scheduled for construction at a total cost of $237,305. 

Appalachian Mine Area Restoration projects completed include three at a cost of 
$1,700,000; and as of November 15 there were nine projects underway. 

Project 500 State Park contracts completed included 13 at a total cost of $10,970,312; 
with nine contracts underway for 1971-72 at a total cost of $6,496,812. 

In the area of Project 500 Land and Water Restoration contracts, completed were 
44 projects involving stream pollution, air pollution, underground mine fires and mine 
subsidence at a total cost of $4,892,000. Eighty-three such projects are underway. 

Two new State parks: Ohiopyle, Fayette County; and Tuscarora, Schuylkill County, 
were dedicated during the year. The number of State parks now in operation stands 
at 73 with an additional 12 new parks to be in operation during 1972 as follows: 
Shikellamy Marina, Northumberland County; M. K. Goddard, Mercer County; Tyler, Bucks 
County; Little Buffalo, Perry County; Locust Lake, Schuylkill County, Lackawanna, 
Lackawanna County; Ridley Creek, Delaware County; Nolde Forest, Berks County: 
Beltzville, Carbon County; Milton, Northumberland County; Bald Eagle, Centre County; 
and a portion of Laurel Ridge in Somerset and Fayette Counties. The latter will eventually 
extend into Cambria and Westmoreland Counties. 

During 1972 there was limited use at M. K. Goddard, Bald Eagle and Milton State 
Parks, and most of the work to be completed in 1972 represents first stage development 
with additional development to follow in some areas. 

Topographic and Geologic Survey - Initiated a comprehensive program to designate 
the geologic features of southwestern Pennsylvania as they relate to the environment 
including: ground water resources, surface and subsurface rock conditions, mineral 
resources and geologic hazards. 

The following publications were released by the Survey during 1971: Geology and 
Mineral Resources of the Southern Half of the Clearfield 15-minute Quadrangle; Geology 
and Mineral resources of Northeastern Franklin County; Surficial Geology of the East 
Stroudsburg 7-1/2-minute Quadrangle, Monroe County; Ground Water in Pennsylvania; The 
Geology of the Hidden Valley Boy Scout Camp Area, Perry County; Geology and Land 
Use in Eastern Washington County (California and Monongahela Quadrangles); Pleistocene 
Geology and Unconsolidated Deposits of the Delaware Valley: Directory of the Mineral 



Industry- in Pennsylvania; Summary of Isotopic Age Determination in Pennsylvania; The 13 

Mineral Industry' in Pennsylvania in 1969; Oil and Gas Well Base Map of the Greensburg. 
Latrobe, Connellsville. and Donegal Quadrangles; Oil and Gas Well Base Map of the Carnegie, 
Pittsburgh, Amity, and Brownsville Quadrangles; Oil and Gas Well Base Map of the 
Stoneboro. Franklin, Mercer, and Milliards Quadrangles; Industrial Minerals Produced in 
Pennsylvania; The Petroleum Industry and the Future Petroleum Province in Pennsylvania, 
1970; Guide to the Geology of Leonard-Harrison-Colton Point State Park: Guide to the 
Geology of French Creek State Park; Guide to the Geology' of Ohiopyle State Park; Isopach 
and Lithofacies maps of the Devonian in the Appalachian Basin; Oil and Gas Developments 
in Pennsylvania in 1970; Hydrogeology of the Carbonate Rocks of the Lancaster 15-minute 
Quadrangle, southeastern Pennsylvania; Hydrology of the Pleistocene Sediments in the 
Wyoming Valley. Luzerne County; and Summary of Groundwater Resources in 
Montgomery County. 

Also completed and published 210 new quadrangle topographic maps, bringing the 
state-wide topographic mapping- program to 90 per cent complete. 

Fire Report - Fire weather during the Spring fire season was extremely critical 
with 1.257 fires recorded involving 14,145 acres. As a result. Governor Milton J. Shapp 
placed a ban on open burning on April 16 and this remained in effect for 17 days. 

Soil and Water Conservation Commission - In conjunction with the former Bureau 
of Sanitary Engineering, this office began the development of rules and regulations for 
sediment and erosion control. Following a public hearing, these will be presented to 
the Environmental Quality Board for action. 

Mineral Program - Mineral programs within the Bureau of Forestry resulted in the 
second highest total of lease sales in the history of the division and the highest since 
1963. In nine lease sales some 30,933 acres of State forest and park lands were leased 
with an income of S230,075. 

Produced as part of this same program were 1 .4 million cubic feet of gas on State 
forest lands, about 173,000 tons of coal, and 256,000 cubic yards of stone with a total 
revenue of S625.000. 

Timber Sales - Timber sales, with a total value of $571,868 thus far this year, 
are an important function of the department and as of the end of November there were 
68 contract timber sales involving 22.586,000 board feet of saw timber and 44,394 standard 
rough cords of pole timber. The sale area was 7,556 arces. 



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OPERATORS PRODUCING 50,000 OR MORE TONS 

1971 



District 


Operator 


3, k, 7, 9, 
11, 12, 13 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


1, 2, 3, 5, 

7, 8, 12 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


2, 7 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


2 


Greenwood Stripping Corporation 


1, 5, 6 


Blue Coal Corporation 


7 


United Gas Improvement Corporation 


1, 5 


Minindu Corporation 


7 


B-D Mining Co. 


6 


Glen-Nan Coal Co., Inc. 


k, 15, 16 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 


7, 9 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


3 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 


1 


Raymond Colliery Co. 


U, 13 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


2, 7 


George Huss 


12 


Eagle Hill Coal Co. 


12, 16 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


1, 5 


Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 


1 


S. B. P. Coal Co. 


12 


William Schickram Co. 


6 


Ken Pollock, Inc. 


5 


Olyphant Premium Anthracite, Inc. 


2, 7 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


12 


Mar Stripping & Construction Co. 


3 


Rosini Coal Co. 


2 


Brook Contracting Co. 


16 


Williamson Coal Co., Inc. 


13 


Ralph Keim Coal Co. 


k 


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1,009,399 

721,936 

700,599 

1*39,362 

382, 7U7 

275,872 

265,526 

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250,295 

237,928 

213,629 

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201,521 

181,105 

153,530 

122, U00 

115,900 

98,997 

90,051 

89,636 

77,579 

75,115 

71,819 

68,136 

66,320 

58,686 

53,75U 

53,297 

50,668 



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COUNTY— DISTRICT CROSS REFERENCE LIST 

1971 

County Mine Inspection District 

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Columbia 2, 3, 8, 9 

Dauphin 16 

Lackawanna 1, 5 

Luzerne 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 

Northumberland 3, 8, 9, 10, 11 

Schuylkill 2, 3, li, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12,13, 

Hi, 15, 16 

Sullivan 1, 5 

Susquehanna 5 



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ANTHRACITE 

BREAKERS, 

WASHERIES AND 

PREPARATION 

PLANTS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



ANTHRACITE REGION 
Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 



59 



1971 



District 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


Zip 

Code 


5 


Ace Anthracite Breaker 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


Blakely 


18512 


8 


Atlas Washery 


Bridy, Incorporated 


Atlas 


17811 


7 


B-D Fine Coal Plant 


B-D Mining Co. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


7 


Beaver Brook Washery 


Huss, George 


Hazle Township 


1870U 


12 


Beechwood Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


1797k 


7 


Blaschak Breaker 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


St. Nicholas 


179U8 


5 


Bliss Crushing Plant 


Bliss Brothers Coal Co. 


Cherry Township 


18632 


5 


Bliss Cleaning Plant 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Hanover Township 




5 


Booth Breaker 


Barca Coal & Land Co., Inc. 


Mildred 


18632 


10 


C. & F. Breaker 


C. & F. Coal Co. 


Ranshaw 


17866 


5 


C. & P. Cleaning Plant 


C. & P. Coal Co. 


Forest City 


181*21 


7 


Candleton Washery (a) 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. 


Gilberton 


1793U 


10 


Carbon Run Breaker 


Rosini Coal Co. 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Carbondale Cleaning Plant 


Carbondale Coal Co. 


Carbondale 


18U07 


5 


Corgan Cleaning Plant 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Newport Township 


1707k 


11 


a & Z. Breaker 


D. & Z. Coal Co. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


8 


Diamond Breaker 


Sun Coal Co., Inc. 


Atlas 


17811 


11 


Diminick Breaker 


Diminick Coal Sales 


Paxinos 


17860 


13 


DiRenzo Breaker 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Llewellyn 


179Uli 


7 


Eckley Breaker 


Buckley CoalCorp. 


Eckley 




11 


li-D Crusher Plant 


U-D Coal Co. 


Trevorton 


17881 


5 


Franklin Cleaning Plant 


Lehigh Wiley Anthracite, Inc. 


Wilkes-Barre Twp. 


18702 


m 


Franklin Hydrotated Breaker 


Franklin Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


11 


G. M. P. Breaker 


G. M. P. Coal Co., Inc. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


10 


Glen Burn Breaker 


Glen Burn Colliery 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Glen Lyon Breaker 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Glen Lyon 


18617 


13 


Glenn Worth Breaker 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


7 


Gowen Breaker 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


l82lil 


7 


Gowen Cleaning Plant 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


182U 


12 


Greenwood Breaker 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


Greenwood Fine Coal Plant 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Coaldale 


18218 


11 


H. J. & H. Breaker 


H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. 


Trevorton 


17881 


11 


H. J. & H. Fine Coal Plant 


H. J. k H. Coal Co., Inc. 


Trevorton 


17881 


5 


Harry E. Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Swoyersville 


I870li 


7 


Hazleton Cleaning Plant 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


7 


Hazleton Shaft Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


13 


Hillside Breaker 


Hegins Coal Co. 


Zerbe 


1798k 


7 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Audenried 


18213 


5 


Huber Breaker (b) 


Minindu Corporation 


Ashley 


18706 


7 


Humboldt Cleaning Plant 


Brook Contracting Co. 


Humboldt 




7 


Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 


Jeddo- Highland Coal Co. 


Harleigh 


18225 


12 


X. & P. Breaker 


K. & P. Coal Co. 


Minersville 


1795k 


5 


Kassa Breaker 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 


Laflin 


18702 


15 


Kocher 3reaker 


Kocher Coal Co., Inc. , Leon E. 


Good Spring 


17983 


15 


Legal Breaker 


Legal Coal Co. 


Good Spring 


17983 


7 


Lion Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


13 


Live Oak Breaker 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


Primrose 


1795k 


9 


Locust Summit Breaker (c) 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Locust Summit 


178U0 


9 


Locust Summit Fine Coal PI. 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Locust Summit 


178UO 


5 


Louise No. 1 Cleaning PI. 


S. B. P. Coal Co. 


Bernice 




12 


Lucanna Fine Coal Plant 


Ginther Coal Co. 


Cumbola 


17930 


13 


Lytle Washery 


Winne Land Co., Inc. 


Primrose 


1795k 


9 


Malho Breaker 


Malho Coal Co. 


Lavelle 


179k3 


8 


Mammoth Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Raven Run 


179U6 


7 


Maple Hill Cleaning Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Maple Hill 


17976 


13 


Maple Spring Breaker 


C. L. S. Coal Co. 


Branchdale 


17923 


12 


Marlin Breaker 


Cass Contracting Co. 


Marlin 


17951 


5 


Marvine Sizing Plant 


Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 


Scran ton 


18509 


7 


Mazaika Breaker 


Mazaika Brothers Coal Co. 


Rush Township 


18252 


16 


Meadowbrook Washery 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. 


Lykens 


1701*8 


13 


Minersville Breaker 


Minersville Coal Co. 


Llewellyn 


179Uk 


5 


Moosic Breaker 


Moosic Coal Co. 


Moosic 


18505 


7 


Morea Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Morea 


17955 



60 



District Preparation Plant 



Company 



location 



Zip 
Code 



12 
12 
12 
12 
III 
13 
5 
5 
15 

12 

12 

5 

10 

5 

9 

11 

7 

7 

12 

9 

lit 

12 

7 

16 
12 
12 
11 
lo 

15 

10 
13 

11 
5 
ill 

li 
16 

5 
16 

5 



Mountain Side Breaker Mountain Side Coal Co. 

No. 6 Washery Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

New St. Nicholas Breaker Reading Anthracite Co. 

New St. Nicholas Fine Coal PI. Reading Anthracite Go. 



Oakwood Breaker 
Olenick Breaker 
Olyphant Cleaning Plant 
Perry Cleaning Plant 
Pine Creek Breaker 
Pine Forest Cleaner Plant 
Premium Fine Coal Plant 
Prospect Cleaning Plant 
Ranshaw Washery 

Raymond Breaker 

Reichwein & Beury Breaker 

Reidinger Breaker 

Rosa Breaker (d) 

St. Nicholas h & 5 Fine C.P. 

Salem Creek Breaker 

Savitski Breaker 

Schneck Breaker 

Schuster Fine Coal Plant 

Sky top Breaker 

Shomper Breaker 

Silver Creek Breaker 

South Tamaqua Breaker 

Split Vein Breaker 

Strohecker Breaker 

Superior Preparation Plant 

Sunshine Breaker 

Swatara Breaker 

Swift Breaker 

Taylor Breaker (e) 

Tremont Breaker 

Trevorton Breaker 

Underkoffler Breaker 

Waddell Washery 

Wanamie 18 Tip Cleaning PI. 

Westwood Washery 

Ziffenblatt Cleaning Plant 



Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. 
Olenick Bros. Coal Co. 
Olyphant Premium Anthracite 
Perry Coal Sales Co., Thomas 
Pine Creek Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Premium Fine Coal Co., Inc. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Ranshaw Transportation & Auto 

Wreckers Coal Co. 
Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 
Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Savitski Brothers Coal Sales 
Schneck Coal Co., Thos. W. 
Schuster Brothers, Inc. 
Skytop Coal, Inc. 
Shomper Coal Co. 
Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 
South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 
Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. 
Strohecker Coal Co. 
Superior Coal Co., Inc. 
Sunshine Coal Co. 
Swatara Coal Co. 
Swift Coal Sales, Inc. 
Gilco, Inc. 

Blue Bell Enterprises, Inc. 
Reading Anthracite Co., Inc. 
Underkoffler Coal Sales 
American Silt Processing Co. 
Blue Coal Corporation 
Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 
G. M. C. Energy Fuels 



D.3 



South Tamaqua 
Lansford 
Seltzer 
Seltzer 
Pine Grove R 
Forestville 
Dickson City 
Avoca 

Spring Glen 
St. Clair 
South Tamaqua 
Plains 



Ranshaw 

Eynon 

Gordon 

Paxinos 

Shenandoah 

St. Nicholas 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

Pine Grove R.D.I 

Landingville 

New Boston 

Williams town 

New Philadelphia 

South Tamaqua 

Weigh Scales 

Elizabethville 

Valley View 

Trevorton 

Zerbe 

Paxinos 

Taylor 

Tremont 

Trevorton 

Lykens 

Winton(Jessup) 

Wanamie 

Joliett 

Duryea 



18252 
18232 
1797U 
17971 
17963 
16035 
18519 
1861a 
17978 
17970 
18252 
18705 

17866 

18718 
17921 
17860 
17976 
179U8 
17901 
17811 
17963 
179i*2 
17958 
17098 
17959 
18252 
17872 
17023 
17983 
17881 
1798U 
17860 
18517 
17981 
17881 
170H8 
18U3U 
18659 
17981 
1861*2 



NOTE: (a) Breaker destroyed by fire in 1971. 

(b) Formerly operated by Blue Coal Corp. 

(c) Bagging and loading prepared coal only. 

(d) Formerly operated by Capparell Coal Co. 

(e) Formerly operated by Moffat Premium Anthracite, Inc. 



ANTHRACITE 
OPERATORS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



63 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS— YEAR 1971 



District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


8 


A. D. G. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Alemeda 




Lavelle 


179U3 


5 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. B 


J. Pasternak 




Taylor 


18517 


16 


Acme Coal Co. 4 ' DM 


Michael Suchar 




Williamstown 


17098 


5 


American Silt Processing Co. W bk 


Peter Brojak 




Archibald 


181*03 


9 


Ashland Community Enterprises 


Emil R. Ermert 


19th & Oak Sts. 


Ashland 


17921 


10 


B & B Coal Co. DM 


Frank Barella 


51|0 West Uth St. 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


7 


B-D Mining Co., Inc. bk B 


Geary C. Hower 




Gilberton 


1793U 


13 


B.& F.Coal Co. DM 


F. Neumeister 


R. D. #1 


Ashland 


17921 


16 


B. & M. Coal Co. DM 


Wayne Moyer 




Valley View- 


17983 


8 


B. & N. Coal Co. DM 


J. Neumeister 


P.O.Box 112, RD1 


As hland 


17921 


1-5 


Barca Coal & Land Co. S B- 


Louis Falzone 


5u0 Wyoming Ave. 


'Wyoming 


l86Uii 


k 


Bell Coal Co. S 


A. Ko vale hick 


Box 251 


Brockton 


17925 


12 


Bernitsky Coal Co. DM 


Albert Bernitsky 


17 Water St. 


New Phila. 


17959 


12 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Part. DM 


Edward Bernitsky 


17 Water St. 


New Phila. 


17959 


7 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. B DM 


Edward Razzis 


St. Nicholas 


Mahanoy City 


179U6 


1-5 


Bliss Coal Co. CP S 


Carl Bliss 


P. 0. Box 158 


Mildred 


18632 


U-lii 


Blue Bell Enterprises S bk 


John Butcavage 


720 Lytle St. 


Minersville 


1795U 


1-5-6 


Blue Coal Corp. S DM B W 


Isadore Berk 


101 S. Main St. 


Ashley 


18706 


8 


Botella Coal Co., James bk 


James Botella 


LU6 Railroad St. 


Girardville 


17935 


3-8 


Bridy, Inc. W S 


Ed. A. Bridy 


237 W. Girard St. 


Atlas 


17811 


2-3-7 


Brook Contracting Corp. B S 


Chas. Wezner 


P. 0. Box 98 


Hazleton 


18201 


3 


Buck Coal Co. S 


John Miller 


P. 0. Box 291 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


7 


Buckley Coal Corp. B 


Norman James 


R. D. 2 


Weatherly 


18255 


8 


Burnrite Coal Co. DM 


William Reiff 


803 Walnut St. 


Ashland 


17921 


11-15 


Bush Coal Co. DM 


William Lytle, Sr. 


Box 367, R.D.2 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


C. B. M. Coal Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


559 E. NorthamptonWilkes-Barre 


18702 


10 


C. & F. Coal Co. B 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


U-13 


C. L. S. Coal Co. B S 


R. G. Allen 


Box 396 


Branchdale 


17923 


5 


C. & P. Coal Co. B CP 


Arthur Coccodrilli 




Forest City 


181*21 


7 


Capparell Coal Co., Inc. B 


Vincent Capparell 




Shenandoah 


17976 


7 


Capparell Strip & Const. Co. bk 


Martin Capparell 


136 E. Fifth St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


1-5 


Carbondale Coal Co. S CP 


John Gillen 


78 Cottage St. 


Carbondale 


181*07 


12 


Cass Contracting Co. B 


Frank Ryan 


R. D. 2 


Potts ville 


17901 


12* 


Chyke Coal Co. DM 


Charles Chyke 


S. R. Box 5U 


Tremont 


17981 


6 


Ciarafoni Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Albert Ciarafoni 


631 E. 10th St. 


Berwick 


18603 


15 


Clark Coal Co. DM 


Clark Maurer, Jr. 




He gins 


17938 


10 


Clay Coal Co. DM 


Ellsworth Libby 


690 Bear ValleyAv.Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Coalbrook Iron & Metal Co. bk CP 


John C. Baumann 


P. 0. Box 5o5 


Carbondale 


181*07 


7 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. W bk 


G. C. Hower 




McAdoo 


18237 


LU 


Colket Coal Co. DM 


John Messaros 


117 School Row 


Branchdale 


17923 


3-9 


Conyngham Contracting Co. S bk 


Wm. H. Brennan 


P. 0. Box 173 


Ashland 


17921 


il 


Cosmic Enterprises S 


Russell Suender,Jr. 


1229 MahantongoSt 


,. Pottsville 


17901 


13 


Coxe Coal Co. DM 


Norman Essler 


81*7 Garfield Ave. 


Schuylkill Havl7972 


u 


Crown Contracting Co. S 


Edward Weyman 


600 W. Norwegian 


Pottsville 


17901 


k 


D. & F. Coal Co. S 


Fred Roehrig 


Box 298 


Minersville 


17951* 


11 


D. & M. Coal Co. DM 


John McAnnaney 


P. 0. Box 112 


Gowen City 


17828 


16 


D. & R. Coal Co. DM 


Robert Rhen 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


16 


D. & R. Mining Inc. DM 


Donald Adams 


625 Laural Blvd. 


Pottsville 


17901 


8 


D. R. Z. Coal Co. DM 


Steve f Shalamanda 


R. D. 1 


Ashland 


17921 


10 


D. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Daniel Fedako 


1915 Race St. 


Ashland 


17921 


11 


D. & Z. Coal Co. B 


Elwood Swank 


R. D. 1 


Paxinos 


17860 


13 


Dando Coal Co.,F.P. DM 


Fn»d P. Dando 


P. 0. Box 583 


Pottsville 


17901 


tl 


Dart Coal Co. S 


John E. Schumacher 


Amer. Bank Bldg. 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


David Coal Co. DM 


Harry David 


R. D. 1 


Schuylkill Havl7972 


13 


Dembinsky Coal Co. DM 


John Lazarchick 


R. D. l,Box 72 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


DiCasimirro Contracting Co. bk 


Felix DiCasimirro 




New Boston 


17958 


11 


Diminick Coal Sales, B. P. B 


Oliver Knapick 


11*53 W. Pine St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


DiRenzo Coal Co. B DM 


Dominick DiRenzo 


R.D.2, Box 752 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


Duke Associates DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Duke Mining Co. DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


12 


Eagle Hill Coal Co. bk 


Kenneth Heiser 


Rr.2l8 E. Liberty Schuylkill Havl7972 


15 


Erdman Coal Co. DM 


Jay Erdman 




Valley View 


17983 



64 



District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Addres 


£ 


Zip 
Code 


It 


F. & R. Contracting Co. S 


Edward Renninger 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


179Wi 


13 


Federovich Coal Co., J. DM 


John Federovich 


Main St. 


Seltzer 


1797U 


16 


Fireside Mining Inc. DM 


Marvin Kimmel 




Valley View 


17983 


3 


Folger-Chapleski S 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


7 


Forgotch Bros. Coal Co. DM 


Vincent Forgotch 


522 W. Mahanoy St 


.Mahanoy City 


179U& 


11 


U-D Coal Co. DM CP 


Glenn Derek 


R. D. 2 


Klingerstown 


179U1 


Hi 


Franklin Coal Co. BP 


Franklin Miller 




Ravine 


17966 


11 


G. & D. Partners Coal Co. DM 


Stanley Grego 


836 W. Spruce St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


16 


G. & K. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Kobularick 




Tower City 


17980 


5 


G. M. C. Energy Fuels, Inc. CP 


A. Giarrantano 


P. 0. Box 702 


Pittston 


186UO 


9-11 


G. M. P. Coal Co. DM B 


Albert Geslock 


530 E. Seventh St 


•Mt. Carmel 


17851 


8 


Gangloff Bros. Coal Co. bk 


Gene B. Gangloff 


R. D. 1 


New Ringgold 


17960 


12 


Garber Coal Co. DM 


Paul Garber 


R. D. 1 


Barnesville 


182UU 


7 


Generose Coal Co., J. bk 


James Generose 


306 Main Street 


Lattimer 


18231 


15 


Gerber Coal Co. DM 


Gurney Klinger 




Valley View 


17983 


7-9 


Gilberton Coal Co. bk CP 


John W. Rich 


Box U23 


Gilberton 


1793k 


5 


Gilco, Inc. bk 


Michael Costanzo 




Taylor 


18517 


7-12 


Ginther Coal Co. bk B 


David Bressler 


P. 0. Box 219 


Hazleton 


18201 


10 


Glen Burn Colliery,Inc. B bk 


Joseph J. Parker 


P. 0. Box F 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Glen-Nan Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Arnold Biscontini 


St. Mary's Road 


Wilkes -Bar re 


18702 


6 


Glen-Nan, Inc. DM 


Arnold Biscontini 


P. 0. Box 1131 


Wilkes-Barre 


18703 


3 


Glenn Brass Coal Co. S 


Glenn Brass 


129 West Ave. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


13 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. BP 


Edward Hoke 


1707 W. Market St 


..Pottsville 


17901 


3 


Glosek Bros. Coal Sales, Inc. S 


Frank Glosek 


1310 W. Holly St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


2-7 


Gowen Coal Co. B S DM 


Elmer C. Roth 




Fern Glen 


1821*1 


12 


Greenwood Mining Co. B 


Joseph Fauzio 


P. 0. Box 269 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. S 


Joseph Fauzio 


1 Venice Street 


Nesquehoning 


182UO 


12 


Grove Coal Co. bk 


Frank Ryan 


R. D. 2 


Pottsville 


17901 


16 


H. G. S. Coal Co. DM 


Junior Harner 


1h N. Crescent St.Tremont 


17981 


11 


H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. B 


Harry D. Reitz 


R. D. 1 


Milton 


178li7 


8 


Hard Top Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Sluck 


Box 395 


Gilberton 


1793U 


16 


Harman Coal Co. DM 


Clair Harman 




Valley View 


17983 


li* 


Harner Coal Co. DM 


Roy E. Harner 




Spring Glen 


17978 


13-16 


Hatter Coal Co. DM 


Jacques Hatter 




Hegins 


17938 


8 


Hecla Mach. & Equipment Co. bk 


Gene B. Gangloff 


R. D. 1 


New Ringgold 


17960 


11-13-15 


Hegins Mining Co. DM 


Forrest R. Otto 


R. D. 2 


Tremont 


17981 


Hi 


Herring Bros. Coal Co. DM 


L. L. Herring 




Tremont 


17981 


2-7 


Honeybrook Mines Inc. S B bk 


Louis Blass 


109 E. First St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


3 


Howells & Olaf S 


Stanley Olaf 


U75 Scott St. 


Kulpmont 


17831 


2-7 


Huss, George S W bk 


George Huss 


West Main St. 


Ring town 


17967 


u 


Ibanez & Seisly Coal Co. S 


John Ibanez 


532 W. 2nd St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


7 


J. & B. Coal Co. bk 


John Pindar 


Harwood Mines 


Hazleton 


18201 


16 


J. & C. Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Joseph Walacavage 


R. D. 1, Box 5ii8 


Pottsville 


17901 


2-7 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. B S bk Frank A. Moran 




Harleigh 


18225 


3 


Jet Coal Co. S 


John Menepace 


P. 0. Box kk3 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


8 


K. & C. Coal Company DM 


Charles Cress 


100 East Main St. 


Ashland 


17921 


13 


K. H. K. Coal Co. DM 


James Huntzinger 


928 E. Main St. 


Hegins 


17938 


It 


K. & K. Coal Co. S 


Bernard Kuperavage 


133 Valley FurnacePort Carbon 


17965 


8 


K. k K. Coal Co. DM 


George Kastroba 


R. D. 2 


Shamokin 


17872 


12 


K. & P. Coal Co. B 


Edward Pa dins ke 




MLnersville 


17951 


11 


K. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Melvin Kerstetter 


Box 328, R. D. 2 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


K. S. F. Coal Co. DM 


Melvin Kroh 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


13 


K. Y. M. Coal Co. DM 


Con Kulpcavage 


R. D. 2 


Pottsville 


17901 


8 


Kaleta Coal Co. DM 


James Kaleta 


Box 299-A Luke FidlerShamokin 


17872 


2-7 


Kassa Coal Co. DM S 


Nicholas Kassa 


322 Simpson St. 


Dupont 


186U 


13 


Keim Coal Co. bk 


Ralph Keim 


R. D. 1 


Tower City 


17980 


3 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. S 


Edward Helfrick 


Lehigh & Poplar Sts.Mt.Carmel 


17851 


16 


Kintzel Bros. Coal Co. DM 


Nathan Kintzel 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


17963 


12 


KLLmas Coal Co. DM 


Albert Klimas 


31 Clay St. 


New Phila. 


17959 


13 


KLinger Coal Co. DM 


Earl Klinger 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


15 


Knorr Coal Co. DM 


Leroy Knorr 




Hegins 


17938 


U-15-16 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon S B DM 


Robert Ris singer 


Box 127 


Valley View 


17983 


16 


Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 


Howard Koppenhaver 


-203 Laurel St. 


Tremont 


17981 


h 


Krell, Philip S 


Philip Krell 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


U-12 


L. C. Enterprises S bk 


Francis Fox 


Box 299-A,R.D.2 


Pottsville 


17901 


3 


L. & E. Coal Co. S 


John Lynott 


Box U7U 


Mt. Pocono 


183U* 


13 


L. E. H. Mining DM 


Howard Renninger 


111 High Street 


Pine Grove 


17963 


6 


L. J. B., Inc. bk 


Arnold Biscontini 


St. Mary's Road 


Wilkes-Barre 


18702 


12 


Lanscoal Mining Co.., Inc. DM 


Steve Karabinos 


West Ridge St. 


Lansford 


18232 



District, 


Operator 


General Manager 


Addres 


s 


Zip 

Code 


10 


Larado Mine i'our 


Nicholas Gard 


Route 61 Viaduct 


Mt. Camel 


17851 


15 


Legal Coal Co. B 


Robert R. Jones 




Tremont 


17981 


1-2-3-5- 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Henry Ventre 




Hazleton 


18201 


7-8-12 


S CP bk B BP 










13 


Live Oak Coal Co. B 


Peter Laychock,Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Pottsville 


17901 


9 


Lone Pine Coal Co. DM 


Martin B. Bogus 


lii53 W. Mulberry 


St.Shamokin 


17872 


15 


Lucas Coal Co., Franklin DM 


Franklin Lucas 




Pine Grove 


17963 


16 


M. A. D. Coal Co. DM 


Alvin Morgan 


332 Main St. 


Williams town 


17098 


10 


M. G. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph G. Murin 


301 S. Spruce St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


16 


M. & L. Enterprises Inc. bk 


Walter Lindermuth 


P. 0. Box 59 


Ashland 


17921 


Ik 


M. ¥. S. Coal Co. DM 


Palmer Mervine 


R. D. l,Box 306 


Ashland 


17921 


11 


M. & Z. Coal Co. DM 


Willard Marquette 


Box 25 


Dornsife 


17823 


15 


Mace Coal Co., James DM 


James Mace 




Spring Glen 


17978 


15 


Madenford Coal Co. DM 


George Madenford 




Tremont 


17981 


9 


Malho Coal Co. BP 


Ralph Malho 




Lavelle 


179B 


7 


Maksimik Coal Co. bk 


Stanley Maksimik 


U35 W. Columbus 


Shenandoah 


17976 


12-16 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. W _ bk 


Kenneth Heiser 


Rr.2l8 E. Liberty Schuylkill Havl7972 


8 


Marion Mining Co. Inc. CP ' DM 


M. Raczkowski 


Box 229 


Shenandoah 


17976 


12 


Mar Strip & Excavating Co. bk 


Armando Zarra 


Ul5 E. Broad St. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


10 


Maurer Coal Co. DM 


Paul F. Maurer 


820 Lott St. 


ShamokLn 


17872 


7 


Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. B 


Edward Mazaika 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 


18252 


16 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. ¥ bk 


Leslie Kimmel 




Tower City 


17980 


lit 


Mercury Coal Co. DM 


Leon Richter 


P. 0. Box F 


Tremont 


17981 


8 


Mickey Coal Co. DM 


J. Mickatavage 


U0 Oakland Ave. 


Ashland 


17921 


13 


Miller Coal Co. DM 


Jacques Hatter 




Hegins 


17938 


16 


Miller Coal Co. DM 


Marlin Lohr 


Mountainside 


Williams town 


1709fi 


3 


Minel, Inc. S 


S. Korenkiewicz 


Box lUl-K,R.D.l 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


Miners ville Coal Co. B 


D.B. Muscara 


Drawer N 


MLnersville 


1795U 


15 


MLnnich Coal Co. DM 


Robert Snyder 




Sacramento 


17968 


5 


Minindu Corp. B 


Isadore Beck 




Wilkes-Barre 


18702 


5 


Moffat Premium Anthracite B 


Michael Costanzo 




Taylor 


18517 


11 


Moore Bros. Coal Co. DM 


James Moore 




Gowen City 


17828 


5 


Moosic Coal Co. bk 


J. _F. P'Toole^ 


Moosic 


Scranton 


1:5:: 


8 


Morack Coal Co. DM 


John Morack 


U07 N. Vine St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


8 


Morata Coal Co. DM 


Lawrence Morata, Jr. 


1053 Spruce St. 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


11 


Moroz Coal Co. bk 


Daniel Moroz 


6 N. Seventh St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Mountain Coal Co. DM 


Thomas Supey 


55 W. Sixth St. 


Wyoming 


lB6hh 


12 


Mountain Side Coal Co. B 


Roy Habel 




Tamaqua 


18252 


11 


Mountain Top Coal Co. DM 


William Vesay 


Ul5 St. Francis 


Minersville 


1795U 


10 


Mountain View Coal Co. DM 


William Hatsha 


Box 365, R. D. 2 


Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Mudry Bros. Trucking Co. bk 


John Mudry 


26 S. LUth St. 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


u 


N. & L. Coal Co. DM 


Anthony Novrocki 


Box 212, R. D. 1 


Paxinos 


17860 


15 


Ney k Lehman Coal Co. DM 


Carl Ney 




Valley View 


17959 


12 


Niadna Coal Co., Frank DM 


Frank Niadna 




New Phila. 


17959 


3 


North Line Coal Co. S 


C. Wayne Troxell 


P. 0. Box 1 


Shamokin 


17872 


1-5 


Northwest Mining Co., Inc. S bk B 


John Gillen 


78 Cottage St. 


Carbondale 


18U07 


10 


Norwood Mining Co., Inc. DM 


Elwood Swank 


R. D. 1 


Paxinos 


17860 


15 


No. h Coal Co. DM 


Frank Lucas 


Main Street 


Hegins 


17938 


Ui 


Oakwood Coal Co. bk 


David Deaven,Sr. 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


13 


Olenick Bros. Coal Co. B 


Nicholas Olenick 


R. D. l,Box 117-A Pottsville 


17901 


5 


Olyphant Premium Anth.,Inc. CP B 


Valentine Germ 


P. 0. Box 282 


Olyphant 


l8Ui7 


13 


P. &l E. Coal Co. DM 


Walter Pewor 


R.D.2, Box 550 


Pottsville 


17901 


111 


P. & M. Coal Co. DM 


Warren Porter 


P. 0. Box 18 


Muir 


17957 


U-12 


Pacine Coal Co. S bk 


Michael Pacine 


Water Street 


Cumbola 


17930 


k 


Pantherhead Stripping Co. S 


Floyd Koch 


R. D. 2 


Schuylkill Havl7972 


1 


Pasternak Bros. S 


John Pasternak 


Ul9 Center St. 


Taylor 


18517 


u 


Peck Coal Co. S 


Joseph Pecovich 


2270 W. NorweigianPottsville 


17901 


5 


Penn State Coal Co. DM 


Vincent Durso 


Dickson City 


Scranton 


V-l\ l 


5 


Perry Coal Sales Co.,Thos. CP bk 


Thomas Perry 


U4I6 Penn Ave. 


Scranton 


18509 


7-8 


Phoenix Contracting Co. bk 


W. L. Jones, Jr. 


P. 0. Box U33 


Pottsville 


17901 


15 


Pine Creek Coal Co. B 


Ronald F. KLinger 




Spring Glen 


17976 


10 


Pine Line Coal Co. DM 


John Troutman 


601 S. Market St 


Shamokin 


17872 


8 


Polcovich Coal Co. DM 


John Polcovich 


103 E. Center St 


Centralia 


17927 


6 


Pollock, Inc., Ken bk 


K. L. Pollock 


Route 2 


Hunlock Creek 186c 


5 


Popple Coal Sales Co., Raymond bk 


Raymond Popple 


300 Newrose Bldg 


Pittston 


186UO 


7-12 


Premium Fine Coal Co., Inc. bk 


John Fiderak 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


3 


R. B. F. Coal Co. S 


Robert Fanella 


P. 0. Box 161 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


15 


R. & K. Coal Co. DM 


George RLgdosh 




Wiconisco 


17097 



65 



66 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



Zip 
Code 
T7935" 
17Q2U 
17801 
17981 

17866 
181*07 
17901 



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CP 



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9 R. & L. Coal Co. EM 

11 R. M. K. Coal Co. bk 

11 R. & R. Coal Co., Inc. DM 

k R. R. & G., Inc. S 

9-10 Ranshaw Transportation & Auto 
Wreckers Co. B bk 

1 Raymond Colliery Co., Inc. S 

3-U-7-9- Reading Anthracite Co. 
11-12-13 S B CP bk 

9-13 Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. B 

11 Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. BP 

11 Renninger Coal Co., Inc. DM 
10 Rocky Side Coal Co. DM 

7 Rodino Bros. Coal Co. 
3-10 Rosini Coal Co. S 

13 S. & B. Coal Co. 

1-5 S. B. P. Coal Co. S 

16 S. & K. Coal Co. DM 

13 S. & M. Coal Co. DM 

15 S. & M. Coal Co. DM 
3 S. & S. Contracting Co. 

8 S. & S. Contracting Co. 

16 S. & T. Coal Co. DM 

9 Sanders Coal Co. DM 
3-9 Savitski Bros. Coal Sales 

12 Schickram Co., Wm. bk 
Hi Schneck Coal Co.,T.W. 

k Schock Coal Co., Norman C. 

12 Schuster Brothers, Inc. bk 

U-13 Schuylkill Contracting Co. S 

9 Scott Coal Co. DM 

5 Sebastopol Coal Co. bk 

k Seitzinger Bros. Leasing, Inc. 

Ill Senawaitis Bros. Coal Co. 

15 Shade Coal Co. 
3 Shally Coal Co. S 

1U Sharp Mt. Coal Co. DM 

16 Shomper Coal Co. DM BP 

5 Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 
12 Silber Creek Coal Co.,Inc 

12 Skripnek Coal Co. DM 

7 Skytop Coal, Inc. DM B 

16 Smeltz Coal Co. DM 

13 Snyder Coal Co.,Leroy DM 

12 South Tamaqua Coal Pockets B 
16 Spancake & Herring Coal Co. DM 

3-10-11 Split Vein Coal Co. S DM B 

15 Stahl Coal Co. EM 

lU Starr & Williamson Coal Co. DM 

7 Starwood Coal Corp. DM 

16 Strohecker Coal Co. BP 

13 Studlack Partnership 

8 Sun Coal Co., Inc. ] 

10 Sunshine Coal Co. B 
15 Superior Coal Co., Inc. 

6 Susquehanna Coal Co. 
8 Swamp Coal Co. DM 
U-13 Swatara Coal Co. S 

15 Sweet Water Coal Co. 

11 Swift Coal Sales, Inc. 

12 T. E. & E. Coal Co. 

11 T. & L. Coal Co, 

12 Thirty Slope, Inc. 

13 Tokarchek Coal Co. 
10 Tower Coal Co. 
12 Tracy Coal Co. 

k Troup Coal Co., Warren 

10 Twin Oak Coal Co. 

7 U. G. I. Corporation 

16 Underkoffler Coal Sales 
16 Underkoffler Coal Co. 



3F 



DM 



B bk 



DM 
BP 
EM 
EM 
DM 
DM 
DM 
DM 

S 
DM 
bk 
B 
DM 



Henry Shoup 
Lester Mangle 
Joseph Reitz 
Frank Riccardelli 

Leonard Chapleski 
John Gillen 
G. A. Schnee 

Harold Reichwein 
C. Wayne Troxell 
Theodore Renninger 
James Shevitski 
Neil Rodino 
E. J. Rosini 
Edward Sorokach 
Darrell Keihl 
Palmer Klinger 
John Simodejka 
James R. Smith 
Edward Sosnoskie 
Edward Sosnoskie 
Peter Polette 
Walter Anascavage 
Joseph Savitski 
William Schickram 
Thomas W. Schneck 
Norman C. Schock 
Fred Schuster 
Frank Ryan 
Steven Forgotch 
A. Giarratano 
Robert Seitzinger 
A. Senawaitis 
Alvin Shade 
Steve Shalamanda 
Norman Wolfe 
Russell H. Shomper 
Theodore Kassa 
Andrew Bone hack 
Daniel Skripnek 
Felix DiCasimirro 
Joseph Shade 
Leroy Snyder 
Donald Warne 
Milton Spancake 
Elwood Swank 
John Stahl 
C. L. Williamson 
Alfred Peca 
Joel Strohecker 
Andrew Studlack 
W. J. Farley 
Ralph Steinhart 
Roy E. Blyer 
R. E. Temple 
Edward Lashendock 
W. P. Parker 
Leonard Harner 
Adam Swift, Jr. 
Edward Yeneshosky 
Wm. Lytle, Jr. 
E. H. Watkins 
Michael Tokarchek 
Michael Stasik 
Michael Dudash 
Warren Troup 
Leonard Machesic 
R. H. Demmy 
Hershel Underkoffler 
Glen Underkoffler 



1*07 Hobart St. Gordon 

P. 0. Box 202 Elysburg 

125 Bridge Ave. Sunbury 

51 W. Meadow St. Tremont 

P. 0. Box 5 Ranshaw 
78 Cottage Street Carbondale 
200 Mahantongo St.Pottsville 



R. D. 1, Box 261 

P. 0. Box "L" 

37 W. Donaldson 

P. 0. Box 101 

58 N. Wyoming St. 

P. 0. Box 181* 

Box 88 

1012 Maple St. 



219 E. Melrose St 
219 E. Melrose St 
203 Gap St. 
1015 W. Pine St. 
Forest & Mulberry 

R. D. 1 

613 Schuylkill 
R. D. 2, Box 360 
7 Back Street 
P. 0. Box 702 
Blvd & Mill Creek 
530 Lytle St. 

R. D. 1, Box 1*0 

305 Vine St. 

322 Simpson St. 

P. 0. Box 21*6 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 355 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 3 

R. D. 2 

R. D. l,Box 336-C 



Ik S. Main St. 
R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 2*12 
P. 0. Box 502 

8 W. Main St. 
201 E. Warsaw St, 
P. 0. Box G 



21 Ferndale Road 

Box 367, R. D. 2 

P. 0. Box 229 

21U Laurel St. 

601 Market St. 

R. D. 3 

1031* Brook St. 

R. D. 1 

22*7 Wyoming Ave. 

31*0 Elizabeth St. 



Ashland 17921 

Shamokin 17872 

Tremont 17981 

Elysburg 17822* 

Hazleton 18201 

Shamokin 17872 

Minersville 17951 

Mildred 18632 

Valley View 17983 

Minersville 17951; 

Hegins 17938 

.Keiser 17832 

.Keiser 17832 

Valley View 17983 

Shamokin 17872 

Atlas 17811 

Tamaqua 18252 

Pine Grove 17963 

Tuscarora 17982 

Pottsville 17901 

Pottsville 17901 

Shaft 17975 

Pitts ton 1862*0 

Pottsville 17901 

Minersville 17551 

Valley View 17983 

Ashland 17921 

Pine Grove 17963 

Williamstown 17098 

Dupont 1861*1 

New Phi la. 17959 

New Ringgold 17960 

Mahanoy City 1792*8 

Hegins 17938 

Lykens 170l|8 

Tamaqua 18252 

Pine Grove 17963 

Paxinos 17860 

Valley View 17983 

Valley View 17983 

Mahanoy City 179l*8 
Elizabethvillel7023 

Minersville 17951* 

Mt. Carmel 17851 

Trevorton 17881 

Hegins 17938 

Nanticoke 1863U 

Keiser 17832 

Minersville 17952* 

Sacramento 17968 

Paxinos 17860 

New Phila. 17959 

Shamokin 17872 

Shenandoah 17976 

Minersville 17951* 

Trevorton 17881 

Pottsville 17901 

Ashland 17921 

Paxinos 17860 

Hazleton 18201 

Lykens 1701*8 

Williamstown 17098 



District 


Operator 




General Manager 


Address 


Zip 
Code 


1* 


Valent Coal Co., Inc. S 




Prank V a lent 


360 S. Center St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


1* 


Valley Enterprises S 




Joseph Petrole 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 


18252 


1* 


W. & W. Construction Co. S 




Joseph Walacavage 


R. D. 1, Box 51*8 


Pottsville 


17901 


1* 


Wabo Coal Co. S 




Robert L. Barnhart 


Box 176 


Llewellyn 


179U* 


13 


Walaitis Coal Co. DM 




George Walaitis 


1*0 S. Wylan St. 


Frackville 


17931 


10 


West Cameron Coal Co. DM 




Arnold Minker 


603 S. Market St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


West West Coal Co. DM 




Leo Strenkoski 


Drawer 1 


MLnersville 


17951* 


12 


Whippoorwill Coal Co. DM 




Joseph Tarconish 


Washington St. 


Middleport 


17953 


8 


White Birch Coal Co. DM 




Michael Raczkowski 


P. O.Box 229 


Shenandoah 


17976 


8 


White Coal Co. DM 




Wilbur White 


P. 0. Box 1*7 


Ashland 


17921 


16 


Williamson Coal Co., Inc. 


DM 


Alfred Williamson 


l50l* W. Maple St. 


Valley View 


17983 


16 


Wilson Coal Co. 


DM 


William Hertzman 




Shamokin 


17872 


13 


Winne Land Co. W 




Robert Bickel 


R.D.2,Box 360*>s 


Pottsville 


17901 


H* 


Wolfgang Bros. Coal Co. 


DM 


Robert Wolfgang 


Main St. 


Joliett 


17981 


U-13 


Woratyla Coal Co. S 


DM 


Andrew Woratyla 


Box 2 


Llewellyn 


1791*1* 


12 


Zakrewsky Coal Co. 


dm 


Peter Zakrewsky 


Park Crest 


Barnesville 


18211* 


9 


Zanella Bros. Coal Co. 


DM 


Stephen Zanella 


31* Spruce St. 


Ashland 


17921 


16 


Zimmerman Coal Co.,Marlin 


DM 


Marlin Zimmerman 




Ravine 


17966 



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NOTE: DM - Denotes Deep Mines 

S - Denotes Strip Mine Operations 
bk - Denotes Bank Operations 
B - Denotes Breakers 



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OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 300,000 TONS OF DEEP MINED COAL DURING 1971 



District 



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Deep 
Production 



7, 19, 20, 21, 21* Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

3, 7, 13 United States Steel Corporation 

5, 6, 12 Pittsburgh Coal Company, 

Division of Consolidation Coal Co. 

10 Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 
1, 5, 8, 12 Republic Steel Corporation 

18, 2k Barnes & Tucker Company 

6 Mathies Coal Company 

8, 13 Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation 
1* Duquesne Light Company 

15, 16 The Florence Mining Company 

8 Gateway Coal Company 

16 Helvetia Coal Company 

5 Harmar Coal Company 

12, 19 Eastern Associated Coal Corporation 

21 Island Creek Coal Company 

13 National Mines Corporation 

16 The North American Coal Corporation 

11 Canterbury Coal Company 

I Union Carbide Corporation, 

Mining & Metals Division 

15 Greenwich Collieries Company 

16 The Helen Mining Company 
3 The Buckeye Coal Company 

II Leechburg Mining Company 

11 Penn Allegh Coal Company, Inc. 

10 Allegheny River Mining Company 

17 Rushton Mining Company 

11 Tunnel ton Mining Company 



5,608,755 
5,137,521* 

3,81*5,378 

2,831,611* 

2,718,831 

2,357,675 

1,872,792 

1,802,781* 

l,53u,787 

1,51U,U87 

1,1*31,198 

1,058,659 

8U7,83U 

779,109 

695,965 

628, U73 

575,981* 

509,Ui5 

U9l,708 
li62,621 
U62,035 
U59,200 
1*51,870 
1*38,788 
1*01,686 
369,352 
331,133 



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OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 200,000 TONS OF STRIP MINED COAL DURING 1971 



75 



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Operator 



Strip and Auger 
Production 



36 

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36 

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35-39 

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C. & K. Coal Co. 

Twilight Industries, Inc. 

Jones & Brague Mining Co. 

Benjamin Coal Co. 

Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 

Aloe Coal Co. 

Allison Engineering Co. 

Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co. 

P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. 

Shawville Coal Co., Inc. 

R. S. Carlin, Inc. 

Cooney Brothers Coal Co. 

Adam Eidemiller, Inc. 

W. P. Stahlman Coal Co., Inc. 

Markle-Bullers Coal Co. 

North Cambria Fuel Co. 

Ambrosia Coal & Construction Co. 

M. F. Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 

Hamilton Contracting Co. 

B. & G. Construction Co., Inc. 

Pennweir Construction Co. 

River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 

Simca Mining, Inc. 

Kerry Coal Co. 

Kettle Creek Corp. 

Bortz Coal Co. 

Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 

Hepburnia Coal Co. 

G. A. Stiles Co. 

R. D. Baughman Coal Co., Inc. 

PBS Coals, Inc. 

Willowbrook Mining Co. 

Franklin Brant Coal Co. 

Hawk Brothers Contracting Co. 



2,373,501 
920,352 
873,239 
796, U05 
793,182 
536,197 
529,325 
U35,U58 
395, 203 
382,923 
369,823 
331,781 
330,596 
300, 8U5 
299,003 
290,598 
282,880 
281,787 
275, U98 
266,705 
252,739 
252,556 
2UO,U38 
239,U36 
225,069 
223,065 
218, 0U6 
213,625 
212,850 
210,380 
20U,820 
20U,U02 
203,517 
202,910 
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TOTAL 



Allegheny 
Armstrong 
Beaver 
Bedford 
Blair 
Bradford 
Butler 
Cambria 
Cameron 
Centre 
Clarion 
Clearfield 
Clinton 
Elk 

Fayette 
Fulton 
Greene 
Huntingdon 
Indiana 
Jefferson 
Lawrence 
Lycoming 
McKean 
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Somerset 
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Washington 
Westmoreland 
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Fayette 
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BITUMINOUS 

CLEANING 

PLANTS 



CLEANING PLANTS 



219 







1971 








BITUMINOUS COAL DIVISION 






Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name of Cleaning Plant 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


17 


Antrim 


Jones & Brague Mining Co. 


Antrim 


16901 


11 


Apollo Tipple 


Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


No. Apollo 


15673 


17 


Apple No. 1 Tipple 


Cambria Mills Coal Co., Inc. 


Fallentimber 


16639 


lit 


Arcadia No. U3 Tipple 


The Arcadia Co., Inc. 


Arcadia 


15712 


23 


Ash Tract Tipple 


Coal Junction Coal Co. 


Friedens 


155U1 


9 


Aurora No. 5 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Bigler 


16825 


12 


Banning No. h 


Republic Steel Corp. 


W. Newton 


15089 


Hi 


Bear Run Preparation Plant . 


Johnstown Coal & Coke Co. 


Lockvale 


157U2 


17 


Belfast No. Hi Tipple 


Stott Coal Co. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


9 


Belfast Tipple 


Hepburnia Coal Co. 


Grampian 


16836 


17 


Benjamin No. 3 Cleaning Plant 


North Camp Coal Co. 


LaJose 


15753 


9 


Benjamin No. 7 Stronach Tipple 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


LaJose 


15753 


9 


Benjamin No. 8 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


LaJose 


15753 


21 


Bethlehem No. 38 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ehrenfeld 


15933 


20 


Bethlehem No. 77 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Mineral Point 


159U2 


21 


Bird No. 3 Processing Plant 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


Tire Hill 


15959 


1 


Blacksburg Tipple 


West Freedom Mining Co. 


Karns City 


160U1 


Hi 


Bostonia Tipple 


Dean Contractor, Inc., Ernest C 


New Bethlehem 


162U2 


9 


Boyer Tipple 


Wm. P. Boyer Coal Co. 


DuBois 


15801 


9 


Brookside Tipple 


Brookside Coal Co. 


Brookside 


15825 


1 


Bruin 


AH-RS Coal Corp. 


Bruin 


16022 


13 


Bute Coal Refuse Cleaning Plant 


Pennsylvania Mining Co. 


W. Leisenring 


15U89 


10 


Cadogan Preparation Plant 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


Cadogan 


16212 


10 


Cadogan Tipple 


ROB Coal Co., Inc. 


Apollo 


15613 


2U 


Cambria Slope Preparation Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ebensburg 


15931 


23 


Cambria Tipple 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Davidsville 


15928 


17 


Cammos No. 1 Preparation Plant 


Empire Coal Co. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


6 


Champion Preparation Plant 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Imperial 


15126 


8 


Clyde Cleaning Plant 


Republic Steel Corp. 


Fredericktown 


15333 


1 


Coal Hill Tipple 


Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 


Venus 


1636U 


19 


Colver Cleaning Plant 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


Colver 


15927 


111 


Colwell Tipple 


United Industries, Inc. 


Porter 


15766 


17 


Cooks Run Plant 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 


Cooks Run 


17778 


Ik 


Coulter Tipple 


Glenn Coal Co. 


Corsica 


15829 


1 


Darlington Tipple 


Ralph Veon Coal Co. 


Darlington 


16115 


13 


Daugherty Cleaning & Coke Plant 


Bortz Coal Co. 


Smithfield 


15U78 


11 


David Cleaning Plant 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Maysville 


15618 


lit 


Dayton Tipple 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1 


Dell No. 3 Tipple 


Western Penna. Processing Co. 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


12 


Delmont Cleaning Plant 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


Hunker 


15639 


15 


Dias Tipple 


Oneida Mining Co. 


Seward 


1595U 


22 


Doe Valley Cleaning Plant 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


Hi 


Dora Tipple 


Doverspike Brothers Coal Co. 


Dora 


15735 


7 


Ellsworth No. 51 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ellsworth 


15331 


22 


Eureka No. 36 Tipple 


Heshbon Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


21 


Eureka No. U0 Upper Cleaning PI. 


Jandy Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


9 


Evans Tipple 


Mauersberg Coal Co. 


Sigel 


15860 


1 


Fawn 


Union Carbide Corp. 


Saxonburg 


16056 


1 


Fawn Tipple 


Sell Coal Co., W. S. 


Sarver 


16055 


111 


Fetterman Tipple 


Fetterman Coal Co. 


Glen Campbell 


157U2 


22 


Fetterolf No. 1 Tipple 


M. F. Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Jennertown 


155U7 


22 


Fetterolf No. 2 Tipple 


M. F. Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Jennertown 


155U7 


17 


Fisher No. 1 Tipple 


Fisher Mining Co. 


English Center 


17733 


16 


Florence No. 1 


The Florence Mining Co. 


Huff 


l59Uli 


11 


Foster Cleaning Plant 


Leechburg Mining Co. 


Brownstown 


17508 


9 


Fryburg Tipple 


A. P. Weaver & Sons 


Fryburg 


16326 


13 


Genovese Preparation Plant 


Genovese Coal Co. 


New Geneva 


15U67 


15 


Glenside 


James Coal Mining Co. 


Starford 


15777 


9 


Goshen 


R. D. Baughman Coal Co., Inc. 


Summerville 


1586U 


1 


Grove City Tipple 


Ambrosia Coal & Construction Co 


Hillsville 


16132 


Hi 


Harman Cleaning Plant 


Harman Coal Corp. 


New Bethlehem 


I62li2 


5 


Harmar Preparation Plant 


Harmar Coal Co. 


Pittsburgh 


15238 


13 


Haughead 


Ruane Coal & Coke Co. 


Fairchance 


15U36 


16 


Helen 


Helen Mining Co. 


Coral 


15731 


1 


Hilliards 


Mohawk Mining Co., Inc. 


Hilliards 


160U0 


Hi 


Hillman Tipple 


P. & N. Coal Co'.~, Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1 


Hillsville Tipple 


Ambrosia Coal & Construction Co 


Hillsville 


16132 


9 


Hoffman Cleaning Plant 


J. E. Hoffman Coal Co., Inc. 


Karthaus 


168U5 



220 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name of Cleaning Plant 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


12 


Hutchinson Preparation Plant 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Hutchinson 


156U0 


17 


Irvona Tipple 


C. E. Powell Coal Co. 


Irvona 


16656 


13 


Isabella Cleaning Plant 


National Mines Corp. 


Isabella 


15UU7 


1 


Jamisonville Tipple 


T. B. Mathieson Coal Co. 


Oneida 


182U2 


15 


Jeffry Jig Plant 


Greenwich Collieries Co. 


Garman 


l57Hi 


9 


Kahle 


Kahle Coal Co. 


Knox 


16232 


1 


Kincaid Tipple 


Black Fox Mining & Develop. Co. 


Karns City 


160U1 


18 


Lancashire No. 2k B & D 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Stiles Crossing 




18 


Lancashire No. 25 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Bakerton 


15737 


13 


Laurita Preparation Plant 


J. & J. Mining Co. 


Point Marion 


I51i7h 


17 


Leland No. 10 Tipple 


Flango Brothers Coal Co. 


Becarria 


16616 


Hi 


Lindsey No. 8 Tipple 


Hamilton Mining Co. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1 


Lion Tipple 


Grove City Construction Co. 


Boyers 


16020 


17 


Loop Run Tipple 


Garden Coal Co., Inc. 


Pottersdale 


16871 


1 


Lucas Tipple 


L. L. Coal Co. 


Mercer 


16137 


16 


Lucerne No. 6 Bradford Breaker 


Helvetia Coal Co. 


Coral 


15731 


9 


Lucinda Plant 


Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 


Lucinda 


16235 


10 


Mahoning Creek Cleaning Plant 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co. 


Temple ton 


16259 


7 


Maple Creek Preparation Plant 


United States Steel Corp. 


New Eagle 


15067 


10 


Margaret No. 7 Cleaning Plant 


Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Margaret 


16201 


Hi 


Markle Tipple 


United Industries, Inc. 


Porter 


15766 


7 


Marianna No. 58 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Marianna 


153U5 


11 


Marion Cleaning Plant 


Tunnelton Mining Co. 


Tunnelton 


15681 


13 


Marion Preparation Plant 


Bortz Coal Co. 


Lake Lynn 


15U51 


1 


Marian Tipple 


Sunbeam Coal Co. 


Boyer 


16020 


6 


Mathies Preparation Plant 


Mathies Coal Co. 


Courtney 


15029 


1 


Mays Tipple 


Mays Coal Co. 


Mercer 


16137 


1U 


McWilliams Tipple 


Paul C. Harman Co., Inc. 


Fairmount City 


1622U 


15 


Mears Preparation Plant 


Mears Coal Co. 


Marion Center 


15759 


9 


Medix Run 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 


Juneau 


15751 


21 


Me eh an 


Meehan Coal Co. 


Scalp Level 


15963 


17 


Mid-Penn Cleaning Plant 


Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc. 


Madera 


16661 


17 


Militant Smokeless No. 1 CI. PI. 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Curwensville 


16833 


9 


Minns Tipple 


Minns Coal Co. 


Brockway 


1582U 


17 


Morris Run Cleaning Plant 


Jones & Brague Mining Co. 


Morris Run 


16939 


9 


Mount Carmel Tipple 


Moshannon Falls Mining Co., Inc. 


, Woodland 


16881 


23 


No. 1 Tipple 


Denise Coal Co. 


Somerset 


15501 


23 


No. 1 Tipple 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Boswell 


15531 


23 


No. 3 Tipple 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Boswell 


15531 


Hi 


No. 8 Tipple 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


9 


No. 12 Tipple 


Allison Engineering Co. 


Sligo 


16255 


21 


No. 35 Mine Cleaning Plant 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


21 


No. 37 Mine Cleaning Plant 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


1 


New Galilee Tipple 


Dodds Coal Co. 


New Galilee 


l6lal 


3 


Nemacolin Preparation Plant 


The Buckeye Coal Co. 


Nemacolin 


15351 


13 


Old Lock No. 8 Preparation Plant 


Utilities Fuel Co. 


Point Marion 


15U7U 


1 


Oneida Tipple 


North Butler Coal Co. 


Butler 


16001 


17 


Osceola Mills Cleaning Plant 


Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc. 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


17 


Patton Tipple 


Hepburnia Coal Co. 


Patton 


16668 


1 


Peggs Run Preparation Plant 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


Shippingport 


15077 


1 


Perry-Ross 


Perry-Ross Coal Co. 


Sharon 


I6U16 


23 


Pine Hill No. 2 Tipple 


Croner, Inc. 


Berlin 


15530 


9 


Piney Tipple 


C. & K. Coal Co. 


Reidsburg 


16 2 111 


17 


R. & S. Tipple 


R. & S. Coal Co. 


Moshannon 


16859 


23 


Ralphton No. 2 Tipple 


William E. Scurf ie Id 


Berlin 


15530 


22 


Reitz No. U Cleaning Plant 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Central City 


15926 


17 


Re nova Tipple 


R. S. Carlin, Inc. 


Snow Shoe 


1687U 


5 


Renton 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Renton 


15073 


9 


Ridge 


David G. Doan Coal Co. 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


9 


Rimersburg Tipple 


C. & K. Coal Co. 


Rimersburg 


162U8 


3 


Robena Cleaning Plant 


United States Steel Corp. 


Greensboro 


15338 


9 


Rolling Stone Tipple 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 


Kylertown 


168U7 


1 


Rovella Tipple 


Kerry Coal Co. 


Porter sville 


16051 


17 


Rushton Cleaning Plant 


Rushton Mining Co. 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


1 


Russellton 


Republic Steel Corp. 


Russellton 


15076 


21 


Ruthford Cleaning Plant 


Cooney Brothers Coal Co. 


St. Michael 


15951 


17 


Saint Lawrence Cleaning Plant 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co. 


St. Lawrence 


16668 


Hi 


Savan Tipple 


S. C. Monnie 


Glen Campbell 


157U2 


22 


Shade Creek Cleaning Plant 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Berlin 


15530 


17 


Shannon Smokeless No. 1 CI. PI. 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Bigler 


16825 


23 


Shaw No. 7 Tipple 


Sanner Brothers Coal Co. 


Rockwood 


15557 


13 


Shoaf Coke & Preparation Plant 


Menallen Coke Co. 


Shoaf 


15U78 


23 


Shober No. 1 Tipple 


Decker Construction Co. 


Garrett 


155U2 


17 


Snow Shoe Tipple 


R. S. Carlin, Inc. 


Snow Shoe 


1687U 


22 


Solar Tipple 


Solar Fuel Co., Inc. 


Hooversville 


15936 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name of Cleaning Plant 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


1 


Somerset No. 60 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ellsworth 


15331 


9 


Siegel 


Harold A. Siegel Coal Co. 


Leeper 


16233 


21 


Sonman Processing Plant 


Cooney Brothers Coal Co. 


Sonman 


159U6 


9 


Stahlman Washery 


W. P. Stahlman Coal Co., Inc. 


Holden 


15829 


9 


Stiles Tipple 


G. A. Stiles Co. 


Tylersburg 


16361 


9 


Surveyor No. 6 


Shawville Coal Co. 


Clearfield 


I683O 


23 


Svonavec Tipple 


Svonavec, Inc. 


Somerset 


15501 


9 


Teeter Tipple 


John E. Teeter Estate 


Pottersdale 


16871 


111 


Tess Tipple 


Mears Coal Co. 


Burnside 


15721 


1 


Testa Tipple 


Testa Brothers, Inc. 


Polk 


163U2 


1U 


United Cleaning Plant 


United Industries, Inc. 


Porter 


15766 


1 


Urey Tipple 


Miller & McKnight Coal Co. 


Sandy Lake 


16115 


Hi 


Valier Tipple 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


15 


Valley No. 2 Preparation Plant 


Valley Coal Co. 


Heilwood 


157U5 


9 


Valley Tipple 


Valley Coal & Supply, Inc. 


Brandy Camp 


15822 


8 


Vesta Preparation Plant 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


La Belle 


15U50 


a 


Warwick No. 2 Cleaning Plant 


Duquesne Light Co. 


Greensboro 


15338 


9 


Weaver Washery 


A. P. Weaver & Sons 


Shippenville 


1625a 


111 


Widnoon Tipple 


R. D. Baughman Coal Co., Inc. 


Brookville 


15825 


17 


Winburne Plant 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 


Winburne 


16879 


13 


Wood Preparation Plant 


Soberdash Coal & Coke Co. 


Atlas 


17811 


1 


Zuck Tipple 


Zuck Coal Co. 


Van 


16363 



221 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 
OPERATORS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 
BITUMINOUS COAL OPERATORS— YEAR 1971 



225 



* Denotes Operators having strip mines. 

# Denotes Operators having auger mines. 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
3o le 


1 


AH-RS Coal Corp. 






Bruin 


16022 


31* 


Abruzzi & Rost* 


Louis Abruzzi 


1012 Grant Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


1*2 


Ace Drilling Coal Co., Inc.* 


Evan L. Jones 


P.O.Box 153 


South Fork 


15956 


3h 


Acko Coal Corp.* 


Louis B. Osborne 


185 Craig Drive 


Greensburg 


15601 


36 


Allegheny Mineral Corp.* 


Samuel Morrison 


P.O.Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


10 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


H. F. Dunmire 


132 N.McKean St. 


Kittanning 


16201 


37 


Allied Fuel & Materials, Inc.* 


Mac Chutz 


1*67 New Castle St. 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


9-36 


Allison Engineering Co.*# 


R. 0. Murphy, Jr. 


Route 8 


Allison Park 


15101 


32-31* 


Aloe Coal Co.* 


Henry Vincent 


Box 50 


Imperial 


15126 


11-31* 


Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Harold Altmire 


Box 236 


N. Apollo 


15673 


2*0-1*1 


Alumbaugh Coal Co., Inc.* 


Edward Alumbaugh 


R. D. 2 


Friedens 


1551*1 


1-30-31 


Ambrosia Coal & Const. Co.* 


Frank Reston 


R. D. 1 


Edinburg 


16116 


1*5 


Anderson Creek Coal & Clay Co.* 


Reed Jacox 


807 Dorey St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


12 


Angelcyk Brothers 


Felix Angelcyk 


R. D. 1 


West Newton 


15089 


35 


Ankeny, Donald* 


Donald Ankeny 




Shelocta 


15771* 


31* 


Ansell Coal* 


Earl Ansell 


R. D. 1 


Scottdale 


15683 


31* 


Apex Company, Inc.* 


Wm. B. Ford 


l*th & Border Sts. 


W. Elizabeth 


15088 


1U-39 


Arcadia Co., Inc., The *# 


Andrew E. Stossel 


Box 3 


Arcadia 


15712 


17 


Associated Drilling Co., Inc. 


Milford Kephart 


1106 Nat'l Bk.Bld. 


Johnstown 


15901 


30 


Atwell, Neil* 


Neil Atwood 


R. D. 2 


Polk 


1631*2 


1*1* 


Avery Coal Co., Inc.* 


James C . Aughenbaugh Moshannon Bldg. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


22 


"B" Quality Coal Co. 


Merle K. Heckler 


50l* 13th St. 


Windber 


15963 


30-37 


B. & D. Coal Co.* 


Chester Barr 


Box 27^ 


Harrisville 


16038 


35 


B. & G. Const. Co.,Inc.*# 


Blaney W. Bowser 


MR 10, Butler Rd. 


Kittanning 


16201 


35 


B. H. & H. Inc.*# 


Henry E. Bartowy 


728 Christy Ave. 


Ford Cliff 


16228 


m 


Badger Coal Co.* 


Frank Polenik 


Box 85 


Alverda 


15710 


214 


Balzano Coal Co. 


John Balzano 


51*16 Broad Ave. 


Altoona 


16601 


18-21* 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Geo . C . Tr evorrow, Jr . 


1912 Chestnut Ave. 


Barnesboro 


15711* 


17-18 


Barr Coal Corp. 


Martin L. Bearer 


1st Nat'l Bk.Bldg. 


Spangler 


15775 


22 


Barton Coal Co., Sam 


Samuel Barton 


R. D. 1 


Six Mile Run 


16679 


33 


Bartoni Coal Co.* 


Domenic Bartoni 


R.U. 2, Box 336 


Smithfield 


151*78 


m-35-38 


Baughman Coal Co., Inc.* 


Melvin S. Reitz 


Box 218 


Brookville 


15825 


1*0 


Beachy & Beachy Coal Co.* 


Milton Beachy 


Rt 1, Box 106 


Salisbury 


15556 


39 


Beilchick Brothers* 


Paul Beilchick 


R. D. 2 


Barnesboro 


157H* 


7 


Bell Coal Co. 


Ewing Bell 


961 Cross St. 


California 


151*19 


1*2 


Bender Coal Co.,E.P.* 


E. P. Bender 


R. D. 


Carrolltown 


15722 


39-1*3-1*5 


Benjamin Coal Co.* 


David J. Benjamin 


R. D. 


LaJose 


15753 


1*6 


Bennetts Coal Co.*# 


William DeSalve 




Penfield 


1581*9 


22 

7-19-20- 
21-21* 


Bentley Coal Co., Inc. 


William Stefan 


105 Beallsville Rd Bentleyville 


153H* 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


T.J.Crocker, Jr. 


701 E. Third St. 


Bethlehem 


18016 


1*1 


Bigan Estate, John E.* 


J. E. Bigan 


200 Cherry Lane 


Johnstown 


15901* 


Hi 


Black Diamond Coal Co. 


Edward S. Skarbek 


1*13 Mabel St. 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


1-30-35 


Black Fox Mining & Dev. Corp.* 


Walter Barnhart 


R. D. 3 


Kittanning 


16201 


22 


Bloom Coal Co., Ralph, Jr. 


Ralph Bloom, Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Hollsopple 


15935 


1* 


Blout Coal Co. 


Vincent Blout 


88 Albron St. 


Uniontown 


H*5oi 


31 


Blum Coal Co.* 


Raymond Blum 


Box 263 


Darlington 


16115 


32 


Bologna Mining Co.* 


Ray Bologna 


Box 309 


Burgettstown 


15021 


13-32-33 


Bortz Coal Co.* 


George Bortz, Jr. 


63 N. Beeson Ave. 


Uniontown 


151*01 


38 


Boyer Coal Co.* 


Wm. P. Boyer 


206 E. Sherman Ave 


i.DuBois 


15801 


17-l*l*-2*5 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc.* 


C. E. Morris 




Bigler 


16825 


\a 


Brant Coal Co., Inc.* 


Franklin Brant 


151 Uhl St. 


Somerset 


15501 


l*o 


Brant Mining Co.* 


Charles Brant 


N. Franklin Ave. 


Somerset 


15501 


31* 


Bridge Coal Co., Inc.* 


Ronald Bridge 


Box 21*5 


Wilpen 


15691* 


Hi 


Brocious Coal Co.,H.E. 


Harold E. Brocious 




Timblin 


15778 


35 


Brown Brothers Coal Co.* 


Donald D. Brown 


R. D. 1 


Indiana 


15701 


1*1* 


Brown Co . , Earl M. * 


G. K. Krisher 


P. 0. Box 767 


Clearfield 


16830 


31* 


Brown Coal Co., C. W. * 


C. W. Brown 


Box 23 


Whitney 


15693 


38 


Brubaker Brothers Coal Co.* 


J. 0. Brubaker 


302 W.DuBois Ave. 


DuBois 


15801 



226 



Dis trict 

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33 
39 
36 
1*1 
38 

17-1*3 
11 
33 
1*0 

17-1*5-1*6-1*7 
31 

10-35 
37 
11 
1*5 
111 
32 
15 
37 
1*2 
15 
1*1. 

23-ao 
35 
20 

35-1*5 
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21-1*2 

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23-1*0-1*1 

15 

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21-22 

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32 

15-18 
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hi 

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H*-38 
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1 
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12-19 

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11 
1*5 
31* 

17-l*3-l*l*-i*7 
38 

17-1*3 
38 
1*6 



Operator 


General Sunt. 


Addre£ 


iS 


Zip 
Code 


Bryar Construction Co.* 


E.B. Armitage,Jr. 


311 N. Second St. 


Apollo 


15613 


Buckeye Coal Co., The 


H.L. Swihart 


P. 0. Box 156 


Nemacolin 


15351 


Buncic, John * 


John Buncic 


R. D. 3 


Smithfield 


151*78 


Burns, Richard L. * 


R. L. Burns 


R. D. 2 


Marian Center 1573 


C. & K. Coal Co. * 


Jack Hellman 


Box 69 


Clarion 


16211* 


C. & P. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Mike Pelesky 




Bo swell 


15531 


Calhoun, Bwight M. * 


D. M. Calhoun 


R. D. 1 


Brockway 


15821* 


Cambria Mills Coal Co.,Inc.*# 


T. Merle Apple 


R. D. 


Fallentimber 


16639 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Mario Fassio 


Drawer R 


Avonmore 


15618 


Carbonara Coal Co.* 


Carl Carbonara 


R.D.l*,Box 60l*-A 


Uniontown 


151*01 


Cardinal Mining Co., The * 


Herbert Lamberson 


Box 381* 


Somerset 


15501 


Carlin, In., R. S. * 


R. S. Carlin 




Snow Shoe 


16871* 


Carlson Mining * 


Andy Carlson 


R. D. 6 


New Castle 


16101 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co.*# Jay R. McKenzie 


Box 218 


Templeton 


16259 


Carroll, Patrick * 


Patrick Carroll 


Box 153 


Lucinda 


16235 


Casella Coal Co., Inc. 


Cleo Casella 


P. 0. Box 236 


Apollo 


15613 


Central Coal Co., Inc.* 


Donald Jury 


300 Filbert St. 


Curwensville 


16833 


Cessna Coal Co. 


Norman Cessna. 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 1571*2 


Chess Coal Co. * 


Larry J. Chess 


R.D.I, Box 151 


Smithfield 


151*78 


Chestnut Ridge Mining Co. 


John Peles 




Glen Campbell 1571*2 


Chutz Coal Co. * 


Mac Chutz 


1*67 New Castle St. Slippery I 


Clark Coal Co.* 


C. E. Clark 




Dudley 


16631* 


Clearfield Clay Products Co.* 


Stuart Ogden 


P.O.Box 1110 


Clearfield 


16830 


Clearfield limestone Corp.* 


Joseph W. Michaels 


620 Tyler Ave. 


Clearfield 


16830 


Coal Junction Coal Co.* 


J. M. Lynch 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


1551*1 


Cogley & Mcllwain* 


E. Charles Mcllwain 


R. D. 2 


Kittanning 


16201 


Commercial Coal Co. of Twin Rocks Joseph Monfordini 


1088 2nd St. 


Nanty-Glo 


1591*3 


Compass Coal Co.,Inc.*# 


D. J. White 


2U2 W. Mahoning 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


Copper Valley Coal Co. 


R. E. Gilbert 


R. D. 1 


Home 


15728 


Cooney Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Paul Cooney 


P.O.Box 22*6 


Cresson 


16630 


Costantino Coal Co.* 


Don Batiste 


501 19th St. 


Windber 


15963 


Cotterman Coal Co.,W.A.* 


W. A. Cotterman 


Box 586 


Clarion 


16211* 


Country Club Coal Co. 


Donald E. Corl, Sr. 


3611 Graham Ave. 


Windber 


15963 


Croner, Inc.* 


Earl D. Croner 


201* Broadway 


Berlin 


15532 


Crooked Creek Coal Co. 


Kerry Mears 


R. D. 1 


Marion Center 15759 


D. & M. Coal Co. 


John Desort 


R.D.I, Box kk9 


Windber 


15963 


Dalton Run Coal Co. 


John Kawchak 


115 Arbutus Ave. 


Johnstown 


15901* 


Darlington Brick & Clay Prod. Co. *L. H. Smith 




Darlington 


16115 


Davis Coal, Henry 


Henry Davis 


R. D. 2 


New Alexandrial5670 


Davis Coal Co. 


Claire Davis 




Dysart 


16636 


Dean Contrac tor, Inc. , Ernest C* Raymond Marshall 


Box 161 


New Bethlehem 1621*2 


Decker Construction Co.* 


Robert W. Decker 


Box 216 


Garrett 


1551*2 


DeMarsh Coal Co., Theodore * 


Robert Herndon 


Box 11*1* 


Forestville 


16035 


Denise Coal Co. * 


George C. Ries 


109 DeWalt Ave. 


Pittsburgh 


15227 


Diamond Fuel Co.* 


William Fiore 


Box 119 


Clair ton 


15025 


Diamond T Coal Co.* 


Dominic Berlanti 


Box 3i*3 


Somerset 


15501 


Dippel & Dippel Coal Co.* 


Dale Henderson 


23 West St. 


Morgantown,W. Va26505 


Dixon Run Coal Co. 


Fred Kammerdiener 


Morris St. 


Clymer 


15728 


Doan Coal Co.* 


David G. Doan 


912 Main St. 


Reynoldsville 15851 


Dodds Coal, Inc.*# 


Robert Zimmerman 


R. D. 1 


New Galilee 


1611*1 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Joseph Benny, Sr. 


Box 9$ 


Windber 


15963 


Donahey & Co., Inc.* 


J. George Donahey 




Snow Shoe 


16871* 


Dorchem Pennsylvania, Inc . 


R. J. Greybeck 


P. 0. Box 21*9 


Chicora 


16025 


Doverspike Brothers Coal Co.* 


James R. Doverspike 


Box 55 


Dora 


15735 


Duncan, L. G. *# 


L. G. Duncan 


635 Hawthorne Av, 


1 Kittanning 


16201 


Dunkard Mining Co. 


Raymond Chess 


Box 8 


Dilliner 


15327 


Dunlo Construction Co.* 


John J. Ondesko 


Box 261 


Dunlo 


15930 


Duquesne Light Co. 


J. E. Elkin 


1*35 Sixth Ave. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


Eagal Coal Co. 


Craig Saul, Jr. 


R. D. 5 


Butler 


16001 


East Branch Equipment Co.* 


George Krach 


111*8 Hulton Rd. 


Verona 


1511*7 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


M. A. Graham 


Koppers Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


Eberhart Coal Co. 


George R. Eberhart 


R.D.2, Box 111* 


Smithfield 


151*78 


Edmon Coal Co., Inc. 


Fred Altmire 


Box 101 


Apollo 


15613 


Edmunds Contr. & Supply Co. ,Inc*William Edmunds 


Box 26 


Frenchville 


16836 


Eidemiller, Inc. , Adam* 


Wilmer Eidemiller 


R. D. 8 


Greensburg 


15601 


Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc.* 


Jack Marshall 


P. 0. Box 25 


Osceola Mill; 


! 16666 


Emery, Robert L.* 


George Krach 


R. D. 1 


Brookville 


15825 


Empire Coal Co.* 


Robert Pollisino 


P. 0. Box 162 


Houtzdale 


16651 


Esquire Fuel Co.* 


Ross Ferraro 


688 Main St. 


Brockway 


15821* 


Evock, Peter M.* 


Peter M. Evock 


P. 0. Box 21*2 


Howard 


1681*1 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


15 


F. P. & K. Coal Co. 


Walter McKee 


R. D. 1 


Marion Center 


• 15759 


36 


Fairhill Coal Co.* 


Grant A. Hanst 


Star Route 


Marble 


1633U 


Hi 


Fairview Coal Co. 


W. C. Kennedy 




Dora 


15735 


39 


Fello, T. A.* 


T. A. Fello 


Box 266 


Apollo 


15613 


lit 


Ferrara Coal Co. 


Nick Ferrara 




Anita 


15711 


Hi- 39 


Fetterman Coal Co.* 


Merle Fetterman 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 156U2 


22-23-UO-Ul Fetterolf Coal Co. ,Inc. ,M.F.* Wallace Albright 


Box 68 


Bo swell 


15531 


33 


Filiaggi Coal Co.* 


James V. Filiaggi 


R.D.U, Box 393 


Uniontown 


15U01 


kS 


Fink & Stackhouse, Inc.* 


Robert Stackhouse 


2325 Newberry St. 


Williamsport 


17701 


33 


Fiore Inc., Allan R.* 


Allan R. Fiore 


606I4 Boxer Drive 


Bethel Park 


15102 


3U 


Fiore, Fred* 


Fred Fiore 


60 Clover Drive 


Pittsburgh 


15236 


35 


Fiore Development Co.* 


Elmer Fiore 


205 Monongahela 


Glas sport 


150U5 


1 


Fisher Mining Co. 


C. A. Fisher 


R. D. 1 


Stoneboro 


16153 


17-U7 


Fisher Mining Co.* 


John Blaschak 


901 Market St. 


Williamsport 


17701 


i7-ia-Ui 


Flango Bros. Coal Co.* 


Salvatore Flango 


R. D. 1 


Houtzdale 


16651 


15-16 


Florence Mining Co., The 


Michael A. Rocker 


Box 351 


Seward 


1595U 


9 


Flynn, William J. 


William J. Flynn 


R. D. 


Grampian 


16838 


32 


Ford & Gaskill* 


Harry D. Ford 


P. 0. Box 20U 


Greensboro 


15338 


3li 


Fox, H. E.* 


R. E. Fox 


P. 0. Box 306 


Green sburg 


15601 


U5 


France Refractories Co., Inc., 


J.H.*Joe Radomsky 




Snoe Shoe 


1687U 


33 


Fryske & Nble Coal Co.* 


Walter F. Fryske 


7UU Speer St. 


Belle Vernon 


15012 


9 


Fye, Elmer 


Elmer Fye 


R. D. 2 


Reynoldsville 


1 15851 


9-23 


G. M. & W. Coal Co., Inc. 


Alvin Dixon 


P. 0. Box 99 


State Line 


17263 


bit 


Gallagher Coal Co.* 


John E. Gallagher 


P. 0. Box 92 


Sandy Ridge 


16677 


18 


Garay Coal Co., William 


William Garay 


ELmora P. 0. 


Bakerton 


15737 


17-1*6 


Garden Coal Co., Inc.* 


Leonard C. Learish 




Pattersdale 


16871 


8 


Gateway Coal Co. 


John Hubbard 


3 Gateway Center 


Pittsburgh 


15230 


3ii 


Geary-Ridge Coal Co., Inc.* 


Hugo Bardi 


R. D. 3 


Monongahela 


15063 


38 


Gearhart, Alvin* 


Alvin Gearhart 


Juniata St. Ext. 


DuBois 


15801 


ho 


General Refractories Co.* 


James F. McClure 


1520 Locust St. 


Philadelphia 


19102 


13-32-33 


Genovese Coal Co.* 


Theodore Genovese 


32 Foreman Ave. 


Uniontown 


15U01 


9-U5 


Glen Irvan Corp.* 


Irvan Stocker 


R. D. 1 


Sidman 


15955 


1U-38 


Glenn Coal Co.* 


W. Perry Glenn 


R. D. 1 


Corsica 


15829 


la 


GLessner, Robert H. J.* 


Robert E. Landis 


R. D. 1 


Berlin 


15530 


15 


Glory Coal Co., Inc. 


John Polenik 


R. D. 2 


Clymer 


15728 


111 


Godin Coal Co., Joseph * 


Burton Holt 


Box 216 


Stoystown 


15563 


37 


Goetz Coal Co.* 


William 0. Goetz 


R. D. 1 


Seneca 


163U6 


33-31* 


Green, Inc. Walter *# 


Joseph E. Green 


R.D.I, Box 158 


Scottdale 


15683 


U5 


Green Refractories Co., A. P.* 


W. C. Milner, Jr. 


P. 0. Box 68 


New Bethlehem 162U2 


15 


Greenwich Collieries Co. 


Joseph Kreutzberger 


Box 367 


Ebensburg 


15931 


22 


Grela Coal Co., Walter G. 


Walter G. Grela 


2812 Jackson Ave. 


Windber 


15963 


3U 


Grimm Coal Co.* 


Luther J. Grimm 


806 W. Main 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


1-30 


Grove City Construction Co.* 


Carl Potter 


Box U23 


Harrisville 


I6038 


30 


Grove City Limestone Co.* 


Walter R. Fowler 




Branchton 


16021 


33 


Gysegem Enterprises, Inc.* 


Kenneth Smith 


31ii 5th St. 


Charleroi 


15022 


36-37-38 


H. & G. Coal & Clay Co., Inc.* James Uzmock 


Box 2U5 


Clarion 


162 1U 


21 


H. W. Z. Coal Co. 


Henry Zachesky 


P. 0. Box Ul 


Gallitzen 


166U1 


3u 


Hall & Hall, Inc., J. M. & J.M., 


Jr.*J. M. Hall 




Murraysville 


15668 


bb 


Halsey Contracting Co., Inc.* 


Vincent Halsey 


P. 0. Box 177 


Osceola Mills 


1 16666 


kh 


Hamer Coal & Clay, Ardel B.* 


Ardel B. Hamer 


P. 0. Box 102 


Wallace ton 


16876 


till 


Hamilton Contracting Co.* 


Al Hamilton 




LeContes Millsl6850 


Ui-38 


Hamilton Mining Co.* 


Charles Bertamini 


120 Church St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


U3 


Hamlin Coal Co.,Inc.*# 


Francis J. Hamilton 


P. 0. Box 1U5 


Shawville 


16873 


33-W-U5 


Harbison-Walker Refractories 


Co.*Charles H. Krey 




Mineral Springl6855 


lIi-35 


Harman Co. , Inc., Paul C* 


Paul C. Harman 


R. D. 1 


Fairmount Cityl622U 


lh-35 


Harman Coal Corp.* 


John J. Harman 


107 King St. 


New Beth. 


162U2 


5 


Harmar Coal Co. 


M. J. Florjancic 


Box 500 


Library 


15129 


35-39 


Hawk Bros. Contracting Co.* 


Alvan C. Hawk 


R. D. 1 


Adrian 


16210 


39 


Head Coal Co.* 


Bob Head 


R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


16 


Helen Mining Co., The 


Daris N. Moore 


Drawer "D" 


Homer City 


157U8 


16 


Helvetia Coal Co. 


R. I. Billings 


655 Church St. 


Indiana 


15701 


17-U2- 












U3-hS 


Hepburnia Coal Co.* 


Robert Spencer 


R. D. 1 


Grampian 


I6838 


22-U2 


Heshbon Coal Co.* 


Francis R. Allison 


1309 Midway 


Windber 


15963 


33 


Hill, William L.* 


William Hill 


6O8 E. Crawford 


Connellsville 


15U25 


18 


Hillsdale Mining Co. 


Norman Cessna 




Hillsdale 


1S7U6 


US 


Hoffman Coal Co., Inc., J.E.* 


James E. Hoffman 




Karthaus 


168U5 



227 



228 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 


Zip 

Code 


18" 


Holtz Coal Co., A. E. 


William J. Holtz 


Box U56 


Hastings 


166U6 


3l*-l*3 


Homer City Coal Co.* 


John Raglani 


P.O. Box 53 


Homer City 


157U3 


35 


Houser, Earl 0. *# 


Earl Houser 


R. D. 2 


New Bethlehem 


1621*2 


35 


Houser Coal Co. , Inc., Walter L.# 


Walter L. Houser 


Box 190, R. D. 1 


Creekside 


15732 


22 


Hritz Coal Co. 


George Hritz 


R.D. 1, Box 188 


Windber 


15963 


35 


Huff Coal Co. * 


Thomas Huff 




Dayton 


16222 


33 


Hustosky, John * 


John Hustosky 


R. D. 1 


Dunbar 


152*31 


21 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


T. E. Light 


Box 271 


Tire Hill 


15959 


13 


J. & J. Mining Co. 


Jerry Laurita 


110 Cheat St. 


Point Marion 


151*71* 


22 


J. R. Sales, Inc. 


Claude Rice 




Jerome 


15937 


22 


J. T. Coal Co. 


John Toth 




Hooversville 


15936 


36-37 


Jack Bros. Construction Co.* 


A. L. Jack 


R. D. 1 


Emlenton 


16373 


21 


Jandy Coal Co., Inc. 


Edwin Eakins 


P. 0. Box 207 


Windber 


15963 


32-33 


Jane Coal Co.* 


Frank Sabatine 


76 E. Main St. 


Union town 


151*01 


Hi 


Johnstown Coal & Coke Co. 


William Senior 


1006 U.S.Nat'l Bk. 


, Johnstown 


U*90l 


1*7 


Johnson & Morgan * 


Don R. Johnson 




Snow Shoe 


1687I* 


17-1*7 


Jones & Brague Mining Co.* 


Raymond F. Brague 


106 Carpenter St. 


Blossburg 


16912 


1*1* 


Jones & Fox Coal Co. * 


Walter Jones 




Kylertown 


168U7 


8-13 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


J. I. Hubbard 


Box 608 


California 


151*19 


31* 


K. & K. Coal Co. # 


Glenn R. Kepple 


R. D. 2 


Blairsville 


15717 


37 


Kahle Coal Co. # 


Donald Kahle 


R. D. 1 


Knox 


16232 


33 


Kaiser Refractories* 


Chris s Gentile 




Ohiopyle 


151*70 


38 


Kann, John * 


Harold Swartz 


R. D. 2 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


11 


Kaskan Coal Co. 


George Kaskan 


R. D. 2 


Vandergrift 


15690 


1*1* 


Kasubick Bros. Coal Co. * 


Ray Kasubick 


Charles St. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


20 


Keilman, Harry 


Harry Keilman 


R. D. 2 


Ebensburg 


15931 


32-33 


Kelly Enterprises Inc.* 


W. R. Kelly 


P. 0. Box \55 


Fairchance 


151*36 


111 


Kennedy Coal Co. 


Alvin Kennedy, Jr. 


R.D. 5, Box 35 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1-30 


Kerry Coal Co.*# 


Vernon Y. Kerry 


R. D. 2 


Portersville 


16051 


1*6 


Kettle Creek Corp.* 


Raymond Larson 




Kylertown 


1681*7 


32 


King Knob Coal Co., Inc. * 


Paul J. Petonick 


P. 0. Box 268 


Clarksburg,W. V. 26301 


1*3 


Kitko, Francis * 


Francis Kitko 


Box 166 


Madera 


16661 


Hi 


Knisely Coal Co. 


Joseph Caltagarone 


Box 158 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


31* 


Kowalski Coal Co.* 


Frank Kowalski 


Greensburg Rd. 


New Kensington 17072 


lit 


Kraynak Coal Co. 


Thomas Kraynak 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 


1571*2 


12 


Krevokuck Coal Co. 


Paul Krevokuck 


Box 1*53 


Hutchinson 


1561*0 


1*2 


Krieger, James * 


James Krieger 


R. D. 


Saxton 


16678 


17-1*2-1*5 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co.* 


Halden Johnson 




Lanse 


1681*9 


33 


Krulock, Steve* 


Steve Krulock 


R.D. 3, Box 108 


Uniontown 


151*01 


1 


Kutsch Coal Co. 


R. J. Kutsch 


R. D. 2 


Tarentum 


15081* 


31* 


Kutsenkow, George * 


George Kutsenkow 


P. 0. Box 69 


Clair ton 


15025 


1*2 


L. & B. Coal Co. * 


Raleigh Barnett 




Waterfall 


16689 


35 


L. & E. Construction & Equip. Co, 


,*Edward L. Echnoz 


R. D. 7 


Kit tanning 


16201 


l 


L. L. Coal Co. 






Mercer 


16137 


1*3 


L. & M. Coal & Clay Co., Inc. * 


George LaRock 




Curwensville 


16833 


9 


Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 


Paul D. Hineman 


Box 130 


Philipsburg 


16366 


22 


Lambert, Niovich Coal Co. 


Joseph Niovich 


231 View St. 


Johnstown 


15901* 


39 


Lamkie Coal Co., Inc.* 


William Lamkie 




Glen Campbell 


1571*2 


1*1* 


Lansberry Coal & Excavating Co.* John B. Lansberry 


R. D. 


Woodland 


16881 


\a 


Lasky Construction Co., Inc.* 


Stanley Lasky 


922 Sunnehanna Dr, 


, Johnstown 


15905 


33 


Laurita Trucking Co. , Inc. , Jos.* 


Wayne Baker 


Route 8, Box 292C 


Morgantown,W. V. 26505 


23 


Law & Kennedy Coal Co. 


Joseph W. Law 


R. D. 3 


Stoystown 


15563 


15-39 


Leasure Coal Co.*# 


Robert Leasure 


Box 1*25, R.D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


11 


Leechburg Mining Co. 


David G. Batistig 


Box 586 


Leechburg 


15656 


21* 


Lilly Mining Co. 


Francis Glenn 


930 George St. 


Lilly 


15938 


35 


Lime Co., G.M.* 


Boyd Neal, Jr. 


107 King St. 


New Bethlehem 


1621*2 


33 


Lin- Phil Coal Co.* 


Lindsay Phillips 


R.D.I, Box 1*75 


McClellandtown 151*58 


6 


Lipp Coal Co. 


Andreas Lipp 


R. D. 3, Box 79 


Elizabeth 


15037 


21 


Lonely Coal Co. 


Paul C. Newfield 


Box 592, R.D. 2 


Portage 


1591*6 


21 


Longwall Mining, Inc. 


George Ledney 


900 Railroad St. 


Windber 


15963 


30 


Lucas Coal Co. * 


A. J. Lucas 


1*00 North St. 


Grove City 


16127 


21 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


James Meehan 




Windber 


15963 


22 


Manion Coal Co., Inc. 


Don B. Holsopple 


Box 131 


Hollsopple 


15935 


JUO 


Manor Hill Coal Co.* 


Paul J. Werner 




Garrett 


1551*2 


35 


Manor Minerals, Inc.*# 


William F. Stitt 


265 S. Jefferson 


Kittanning 


16201 


9 


Manor Mining & Contracting Corp. 


, Edward Hull 




Bigler 


16825 


39 


Marchesky Trucking & Excavating* James Marchesky 




Carroll town 


15722 


39 


Marion Center Mining Co.* 


Royden E. Kinter 




Marion Center 


15759 


35-38-39 


Markle-Bullers Coal Co.*# 


Charles E. Powell 


Keystone Bldg. 


Kittanning 


16201 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


3a 


Marsolino Coal & Coke, Inc. * 


Samuel Triplett 


P. 0. Drawer X 


Uniontown 


l5u01 


35-36 


Martin Coal Co., James E.* 


James E. Martin 


R. D. 1 


Templeton 


16259 


22 


Martin Coal Co., William H. 


William H. Martin 




Six Mile Run 


16679 


6 


Mathies Coal Co. 


M. F. Florjancic 


Box 500 


Library 


15129 


1-30 


Mathieson Coal Co.,Thos. B.* 


E. R. Drennen 


917 Columbia Ave. 


Grove City 


16127 


36 , 


Mauersberg Coal Co. * 


R. J. Mauersberg 




Sigel 


15860 


1-36 


Mays Coal Co.* 


James A. Mays, Jr. 


Box UU7 


Clarion 


16214 


13 


McClatchy Coal Co. 


David McCusker 


700 Forbes Ave. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


16 


McCracken Coal Co. 


Daniel McCracken 




West Lebanon 


15783 


k$ 


McDonald Coal Co.* 


Fahy W. McDonald 


Box 10a 


Grampian 


16838 


3$ 


McGaughey, J. F.*# 


J. F. McGaughey 


Box 369 


Kittanning 


16201 


13 


McGee Coal Co. 


George McGee 


52 Evans St. 


Uniontown 


15U01 


lik 


McGovern Coal Co., Clair C* 


Clair C. McGovern 




Karthaus 


168U5 


35 


Mclntire Coal Co. ,Inc. ,Wm. J.* 


William J. Mclntire 


R. D. 1 


Creekside 


15732 


30 


McKelvey Mining Co.* 


A. T. McKelvey 


51*12 Hardt Rd. 


Gibsonia 


i5ol*l* 


1U-39 


Mears Coal Co.*# 


John Lauer 


Box 338 


Westover 


16682 


31 


Medusa Portland Cement Co.* 


R. L. Everhart 


Box 37 


Wampum 


16157 


21 


Meehan Coal Co. 


James Meehan 




Windber 


15963 


31* 


Mehrer, Emil W. * 


E. W. Mehrer 


939 Sunset Dr. 


Greensburg 


15601 


13-33 


Menallen Coke Co.* 


Max Nobel 


Box 1*58 


New Salem 


15U68 


32* 


Mikel, Edward* 


Edward Mikel 


R. D. 1 


West Newton 


15089 


36 


Miles Coal Co., Clyde* 


Clyde Miles 


R. D. 2 


Summerville 


1586U 


1-30 


Miller & McKnight Coal Co.* 


Gary McKnight 


R. D. 1 


Sandy Lake 


l6ll*5 


1*3 


Minds Coal Co.* 


J. Arthur Minds 




Ramey 


16671 


32 


Mineral Excavating Co.* 


Willis R. Abel 


R. D. 1 


Finleyville 


15332 


37 


Mineral Hill Corp.* 


Emil Lucas 


558 Beatty St. 


Grove City 


16127 


36-38 


Minich Coal Co.* 


Darl Minich 


R.D. 2, Box 88 


Mayport 


I62u0 


38 


Minns Coal Co.* 


Thomas J. Minns 


P. 0. Box 5 


Falls Creek 


1581*0 


1 


Mohawk Mining Co. 


J. A. Brookes 


100-A N. Market StCarmichaels 


15320 


1* 


Molnar Mining Co., Inc. 


Michael N. Molnar 




Dilliner 


15327 


lh-39 


Monnie, S. C* 


S. C. Monnie 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 1571*2 


23 


Moore Coal Co. 


Irvin W. Moore 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


155U1 


38-1*2 


Moore Coal Co., Everett* 


Glenn E. Ko&¥e 


30u Indiana St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


39 


Morrone Coal Co.* 


Quay W. Marsh 


R. D. 1 


Indiana 


15701 


W 


Moshannon Falls Mining Co., Inc. 


, *J. Richard Wocfcridge 


11 N. 2nd St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


15 


MI Coal Co. 


Rocco Yanity 


Ill East Pike 


Indiana 


15701 


30 


Nastasi, James* 


James Nastasi 


56u W.Cunningham 


Butler 


16001 


32 


Nat Industries* 


B. Spernak 


Box 173, R.D.I 


Bentleyville 


l531u 


13 


National Mines Corp. 


J. J. Raves 




Isabella 


I5ua7 


21* 


New Hope Coal Co. 


Joseph Wilk 


238 James St. 


Lilly 


15938 


1*6 


New Shawmut Mining Co.* 


Anthony J. Palumbo 


R. D. 1 


Weedville 


15868 


35 


Nicholson Run Coal Co.* 


E. M. Good 


1*25 Market St. 


Kittanning 


16201 


16 


North American Coal Corp., The 


Glenn Marshall 




Seward 


15951* 


1 


North Butler Coal Co. 


David Conterno 


135 Oneida Valley Butler 


16001 


39 


North Cambria Fuel Co.* 


M. L. Bearer 


1st Nat'l Bk Bldg.Spangler 


15775 


17 


North Camp Mining Co. 


Sylvester Finch 


R. D. 


LaJose 


15753 


te 


Ogden Coal Co., C. A.* 


Chester A. Ogden 


P. 0. Box 661 


Clearfield 


16830 


l*o 


Ohler, Leo* 


Leo Ohler 


R. D. 1* 


Berlin 


15532 


39 


Old Home Manor, Inc.* 


John G. Auld 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


1571*8 


15 


Oneida Mining Co., The 


Edward E. Simpkins 




Seward 


15951* 


12 


Orisik Coal Co. 


Frank Orisik 


Box 31U 


Smithton 


151*79 


33 


Ovitsky, Anthony B.* 


Ralph Ruschell 


P. 0. Box 712 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


22-23-Ul 


PBS Coals, Inc.* 


Karl Friend 


Box 210 


Mercersburg 


17236 


35 


P. & L. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Peary Farester, Sr. 


P. 0. Box 309 


Ford City 


16226 


li*-35-38-l*6 P. & N. Coal Co., Inc.*# 


D. J. White 


21*2 W. Mahoning St.Punxsutawney 15767 


33 


P. & R. Coal Co.* 


James Parnell 




Lemont Furnacel51*56 


11 


Partner Coal Co. 


Joseph Gilchrist 


R. D. 2 


Apollo 


15613 


38 


Pascaret Coal Co., James* 


James Pascaret 




Corsica 


15829 


1* 


Paw- Paw Fuel, Inc. 


William H. Herring 




Dilliner 


15327 


1 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


J. S. Courtney 


P. 0. Box l8u 


Shippingport 


15077 


39 


Peles Coal Co., Inc.* 


Joseph Peles 




Glen Campbell l57l*2 


37 


Pengrove Coal Co.* 


Leonard Chutz 


Box 116 


Slippery Rock 16057 


11 


Penn Allegh Coal Co., Inc. 


Charles Scott 


R. D. 2 


Tarentum 


1508a 


1*1* 


Perm Coal Co.* 


Ronald Thompson 


P. 0. Box 626 


Phillipsburg 


16866 


15 


Penn Hill Coal Corp. 


Kenneth Leasure 


% Sixth St. 


Clymer 


15728 


33 


Pennsylvania Mineral Co.* 


John Slate, Sr. 


500 Lloyd Ave. 


Latrobe 


15650 


13 


Pennsylvania Mining Co., Inc. 


Wm. F. McClatchy 


700 Forbes Ave. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


1*0 


Penn Pocahontas Coal Co.* 


R. D. Lemenager 


P. 0. Box 2u8 


Garrett 


1551*2 


32 


Pennweir Construction Co.* 


Pat Arena 


1*01 Penna. Ave. 


Weirton,W. Va. 


26062 


6 


Pera Coal Co. 


Angelo Pera 


R. D. 2 


Finleyville 


15332 


17 


Percival, Paul* 


John Percival 


R. D. 1 


Canton 


17721* 


1-30-31 


Perry- Ross Coal Co.* 


Anthony Perry 


201 Buhl Rd. 


Sharon 


1611*6 



229 



230 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


U 


Petitte Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


Jasper B. Petitte 


R. D. 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


32 


Petricca, Eugone* 


James Petricca 


R. D. 2 


Burgettstown 


15021 


23 


Petrosky Coal Co. 


Victor Petrosky 


R. D. U, Box 38 


Latrobe 


15650 


39-U2 


Phillips Coal Co. , Jack* 


Jack Phillips 


U30 S. Main St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


36 


Phillips, Merle H.* 


Merle H. Phillips 


32 Greenville Av. 


Clarion 


1621U 


33-3U 


Piccolomini, William* 


Wm. Piccolomini 


213 W. Wash. Ave. 


Connellsville 15U25 


UU-U7 


Pike Coal Co.* 


Ralph Thompson 


209 Spruce St. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


Uo 


Pine Hill Coal Co.* 


Charles A. Merrill 




Garrett 


155U2 


5-6-12-3U 


Pittsburgh Coal Co., Div. of 












Consolidation Coal Co.* 


Joseph Kristoff 


Box 500 


Library 


15129 


31 


Pittsburgh Refractories, Inc.* 


Alfons M. Schlueter 


Benedum Trees BldgPittsburgh 


15222 


UO 


Ponfeigh Smokeless Coal Co.,Inc*Charles A. Merrill 




Garrett 


155U2 


32-33 


Pontorero & Sons Coal Co.* 


Paul Pontorero 


216 S. Main St. 


Masontown 


15U61 


39 


polar Coal Co.* 


Joseph Smeltzer 


R.D.I, Box U03 


Greensburg 


15601 


22 


Potochar & Potochar Coal Co. 


Joseph Potochar 


115 Hoover St. 


Hooversville 


15936 


17-U2-U3 


Powell Coal Co., C. E.* 


A. F. Lewis 




Blandburg 


16619 


10 


Powell Coal Co. 


James N. Hosey 


R. D. 5 


Kittanning 


16201 


32 


Protz Bros. Coal Co.* 


Mike Protz 


1200 Scott Hill 


Elizabeth 


15037 


33 


Purco Coal, Inc.*# 


E. Quattrone 


R. D. 2 


Monangahela 


15063 


33 


Puskar, John* 


John Puskar 


R. D. 1 


Dawson 


15U28 


35 


R. & R. Coal Co.* 


Robert E. Altmire 


R. D. 2, Box 5-B 


Vandergrift 


15890 


17 -U7 


R. & S. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Howard A. Coyer, Jr. 


P. 0. Box 15 


Clarence 


16829 


9 


Real Coal Co. 


A. J. Palumbo II 




St. Mary's 


15857 


35-36 


Reddinger Coal Co., Inc.* 


Dennis Reddinger 


Box 58 


Distant 


16223 


39 


Red Gap Coal Co.* 


Willis D. Gardner 


Box 179 


Glen Campbell 1< 


UU 


Reese Bros. Coal Co.* 


James B. Reese 


705 McAteer 


Houtzdale 


16651 


U5. 


Reese Coal Co., Philip* 


Philip Reese 




Karthaus 


168U5 


2 


Reesedale Mining, Inc. 


Lawrence Brink 


R. D.l, Box 1U-A 


Adrian 


16210 


22 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Frank Sesack 


509 - 15th St. 


Windber 


15963 


1-5-8-12 


Republic Steel Corp. 


G. E. DeRusha 


62U Fayette Bk. B 


.Uniontown 


15U01 


Ul 


Richards, Kenneth G.*# 


Wm. Shaffer 


810 Lincoln Way 


McConnellsburgl7233 


22 


Richland Coal Corp. 


Ernest Martinage 


Box U3U, R. D. 1 


South Fork 


15956 


17-UU-U5 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc.* 


Raymond Larson 




Kyle r town 


168U7 


10-35 


ROB Coal Co., Inc.*# 


T. A. Fello 


P. 0. Box 188 


Apollo 


15613 


35 


Robin Coal Co., Inc.* 


Alvan C. Hawk 


R. D.l, Box 1U-A 


Adrian 


16210 


10-35-39 


Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co, 


.*R. I. Billings 


655 Church St. 


Indiana 


15701 


32-33 


Rondell Co., The* 


Wendell Charles 


R. D. 3, Box 536 


Monongahe la 


15063 


35-39 


Rosensteel, C. L.*# 


C. L. Rosensteel 


R. D. 1 


Saltsburg 


15681 


3U 


Rosini's Inc.* 


Ed. Pangersis 


R. D. 2 


Oakdale 


15071 


32 


Rostosky Coal Co., Joseph* 


Joseph Rostosky 


R. D. 3, Box 112 


Monongahela 


15063 


U6 


Rougeux & Trimpey Coal* 


Kenneth Rougeux 




Karthaus 


168U5 


Ul 


Roxby Coal, Robert* 


Robert Roxby 


199 Collegiate Dr 


.Johnstown 


15906 


UU 


Roy Coal Co., Inc.* 


Roy Mays 


Box 12 


Olanta 


I6863 


33 


Ruane-Arnold Coal Co.* 


Allen S. Ruane 


Box 278 


Hopwood 


15UU5 


13-33 


Ruane Coal & Coke Co.* 


Ralph Ruane 


Box U85 


Fairchance 


15U36 


17 


Rush ton Mining Co. 


Blair Rickard 


P. 0. Box 589 


Philipsburg 


16866 


'ill 


Ryan Bros. Coal Co. * 


R. E. Ryan 


201 Spruce St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


U7 


S. & D. Trucking Co.* 


Edward B. Hall 




Snow Shoe 


1687U 


3U 


S. & P. Coal Co.* 


Thomas Kowalcheck 


15U2 Leads Ave. 


Monesson 


15062 


33-UO 


S. & S. Coal Co.* 


Donald A. Soberdash 


R. D. 1 


Dunbar 


15U31 


35 


S. & S. Coal Co., Inc.* 


J. Merle Smith 


R. D. 1 


Avonmore 


15618 


32 


Sang Coal Co.* 


James V. Filiaggi 


R. D. U, Box 393 


Uniontown 


15U01 


23 -UO 


Sanner Bros. Coal Co.* 


Robert Sanner 


R. D. 1 


Rockwood 


15557 


2U 


Scott Bros. Coal Co. 


John Scott 




Blandburg 


16619 


23 -UO 


Scurf ie Id, William E.* 


W. E. Scurf ield 


226 Main St. 


Berlin 


15530 


30 


Sechan Limestone Industries, Inc*Robert J. Sechan 


R. D. 1 


Prospect 


1605 2 


12 


Sekora Coal Co., Inc. 


J. P. Sekora, III 


P. 0. Box 200 


Luxor 


15662 


39-U3 


Selected Fuels, Inc. * 


L. W. Kuntz 


P. 0. Box 121 


Ramey 


16671 


1 


Sell Corp., Wayne W. 


W. W. Sell 


236 Windfield Rd. 


Sarver 


16055 


U7 


Seprish & Urbanick Coal Co.* 


Joseph Urbanick 


Park Avenue 


Snow Shoe 


1687U 


22 


Shade Valley Coal Co. 


George Ledney 


Box 71 


Windber 


15963 


Ul 


Shaffer, Myron* 


Myron Shaffer 


801 Shady Lane 


Windber 


15963 


uu 


Shale Hill Coal Co.* 


Edward Danvir 




Grampian 


I6838 


U3-U5 


Shawville Coal Co.*# 


Benson H. Lingle 


P. 0. Box 3U 


Shawville 


16873 


39 


Shick Coal Co.* 


A. C. Shick, Jr. 


Box 166 


Starford 


15777 


21 


Shuster Coal Co. 


John Shuster 


Box 128U, R. D. 2 Windber 


15963 


37 


Siegel Coal Co., Harold A.* 


Jerome Siegel 


320 Liberty St. 


Clarion 


1621U 


U3 


Simca Mining, Inc.* 


George Shimchock 


U05 James St. 


Curwensville 


16833 


39 


Siverd Bros. Coal Co.* 


Budd E. Siverd 


Box 199, R. D. 1 


Clymer 


15728 


UO 


Slifco Bros. Coal Co.* 


John Slifco 


R. D. 3 


Berlin 


15530 


35 


Smith, J. Merle* 


J. Merle Smith 


R. D. 1 


Avonmore 


15618 



District Operator 



General Supt. 



To" Smith Coal Co., George F. 

U6 Smith & Rogos Coal Co.* 

39 Smith & Sons Coal Co., W. A.* 

38 Snyder, Marlin L.* 

30 Snyder, Robert L.* 
23 Snyder Coal Co. 
13-33 Soberdash Coal & Coke Co.* 

22 Solar Fuel Co., Inc. 
33 Solomon & Teslovich* 

23 Spewock Coal Co. 
18 Sponsky Coal Co. 
36-38 Stahlman Coal Co., Inc., W.P.* 
UO Star Coal Co.* 
U2 Starford Coal Corp.* 
38-U6 Starr Coal Co.*# 
35 State Industries, Inc.*# 

32 Stefkovich Brothers*^ 
2U Stella Maris Coal Co. 

37 Stiles Co., G. A.* 
17 -U7 Stott Coal Co., Inc.* 
38-U5 Strishock Coal Co.*# 

38 Sugar Hill Limestone Co.* 
1-30 Sunbeam Coal Corp.* 

2U Super Coal Co. 
23-UO-Ul Svonavec, Inc.* 

UU Swistock & George* 

33 Sycamore Tree Coal Co.* 

22 TLS Coal Co. 
U6 Tamburlin Bros. Coal Co.* 
3U Tedesco Coal Co.* 
U5 Teeter Estate, John E.* 

2 Tesone Coal Co. 

1-37 Testa Brothers, Inc.* 

U5 Thomas Bros. Coal Co.* 

UU Thompson Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* 

31 Thompson Bros. Mining Co.*# 
UU Thompson Coal Co., Inc., John A 
30 Tiche Limestone & Constr. Co.* 
30-35 Toy, Edwin W.* 

7-32 Tremont Mining Co.* 

23 Trent Coal Co. 

35 Troy Hill Contr. Co., Inc.* 
11 Tunnelton Mining Co. 
32-3U Twilight Industries, Inc.*# 

32 Tyhonas, Leroy* 
9 Tyler Mining Co. 
1 Union Carbide Corp. 

1U United Industries, Inc. 

3-7-13-33 United States Steel Corp.* 

13 Utilities Fuel Co. 

22 Valent Coal Co. 
15-22-39 Valley Coal Co.* 

32 • Valley Point Coal Co.* 
1-31 Veon, Inc., Ralph A.*# 

38 Vetica Construction Co.* 

U6 Vollmer, Lawrence B.*# 

Ul W. W. Coal Co.*# 

U2 Weakland Brothers Coal Co.* 

Ul Weaver, Lorain* 

3U Weinman Coal & Coke Co.* 
1-30-35 West Freedom Mining Corp.*# 

33 West Perm Coal & Constr. Co.* 
30 Western Hickory Coal Co., Inc.* Harry W. List 

1 Western Penna. Processing, Inc. Richard Grossman 

33 Whyel Coal Co.* Melvin Conn 

U Williamson Shaft Contr., Inc. Bill Brock 

30 Willowbrook Mining Co.* James Sartori 

36 Wilson, John N.* John N. Wilson 
Ul Windber High Standard Coal Co.*#Dean Krise 

37 Winger Coal Co., Inc.* Clair E. Winger 



Zip 
Code 
T570T 
1582U 
157U2 
15778 
16022 
15551 
15U25 

15936 

15U61 
15650 
15737 
15829 
15907 
15777 
15823 
16201 
15312 
16613 
1625U 
16866 
1582U 
15851 
16020 
166U0 
155U1 
16651 
15U01 
15926 
15823 
15695 
16866 
15091 
163U2 
16838 
16866 
UUU32 
16830 
16020 
16201 
15022 
155U1 
16201 
15907 
15012 
15U23 
15857 
16056 
16201 
15230 
15U01 
15926 
15710 
15320 
16115 
16117 
15857 
15926 
1571U 
1592U 
15666 
16201 
15357 
16020 
16001 
15U01 
2655U 
16057 
1625U 
15963 
16137 



231 



George F. Smith 
Alfred H. Smith 
C. D. Smith 
Marlin L. Snyder 
Robert L. Snyder 
Everett R. Snyder 
Francis F. Adams 
Paul Shreckengost 
David Baker 
Theodore Spewock 
William F. Sponsky 
H. D. Rhodes 
Anthony Kukenberger 
Joe Plavi 
Ivan Starr, Jr. 
L. Earl Cravener 
Albert P. Stefkovich 
Terrence E. Johnston 
Kenneth H. McFarland 
James M. Stott 
Stephen Strishock 
Russell A. Smith 
William L. Harger 
Robert M. Bamhart 
Joseph Svonavec 
Peter Swistock 
W. R. Kelly 
Joseph T. Stosick 
George Tamburlin 
William Tedesco 
J. E. Teeter, Jr. 
Joseph V. Tesone 
William Testa 
Jeanine Tnomas 
Leroy Thompson 
J. E. Thompson 
*James G. Hudson 
Zetta Tiche 
Edwin W. Toy 
Edward Baker 
Bruce Trent 
Blaney W. Bowser 
John Boback 
Howard Detwiler 
Leroy Tyhonas 
Antonio J. Palumbo 
G. W. Strong 
Charles E. Powell 
J. B. Girod 
Telio Packaroni 
Maurice G. Huston 
Edward G. Vehovic 
Angus McDonald 
George K. Riley 
Paul Snyder 
Lawrence B. Vollmer 
Willard C. Will 
Alfred Weakland 
Lorain Weaver 
John Weinman 
Russell W. Haller 
Marion Palone, Sr. 



252 S. 13th St. 
Box 51 

Box 109 

P. 0. Box A 

15U Broadway 

Box 768 

R. D. 5, Box 250 
Box 307 

R. D. 5, Box 121 
Box 122 

P. 0. Box 10 
R. D. 2 
Box 5 
R. D. 1 
P. 0. Box 130 
Box 133 
10th Street 
Box 5 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 6 
1U8 Statler St. 

Box 1U3 
Box 72 
Box 35 
R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 626 
R. D. 5 
Box 967 
R. D. 1 
R. D. 3 



Indiana 

Brockway 

Glen Campbell 

Timblin 

Bruin 

Markleton 

Connellsville 

Hooversville 

Masontown 

Latrobe 

Elmora 

Corsica 

Johnstown 

Starford 

Brockport 

Kittanning 

Are 11a 

Ashville 

Shippenville 

Philipsburg 

Brockway 

Reynoldsville 

Boyers 

Flinton 

Friedens 

Houtzdale 

Uniontown 

Central City 

Brockport 

Wyano 

Philipsburg 

Wildwood 

Polk 

Grampian 

Philipsburg 

Lisbon, Ohio 

Clearfield 

Boyers 

Kittanning 



188 Arlington Ave.Charleroi 
R. D. 1 Friedens 

MR 10, Butler Rd. Kittanning 
506 1st Nat'l Bk. Johnstown 
527 Broad Ave. Belle Vernon 
R. D. 1, Box 265A Coal Center 

St. Mary's 
P. 0. Box 338 Saxonburg 

Keystone Bldg. Kittanning 

600 Grant St. Pittsburgh 

76 E. Main St. Uniontown 

R. D. 1 Central City 

Box 86 Alverda 

Carmichaels 
5th St. Ext. Darlington 

509 Morningstar DrEllwood City 
Rosely Road St. Mary's 

R. D. 1 Central City 

R. D. 1 Barnesboro 

Cairnbrook 
R. D. U Mt. Pleasant 

Box 169 Kittanning 

Dry Tavern, R.D.I Rices Landing 
R. D. 1 Boyers 

P. 0. Box 1030 Butler 
59 Hillcrest Lane Uniontown 
P. 0. Box 266 Fairmont,W.Va 

362 Water St. Slippery Rock 

Main Street Shippenville 

1203 Graham Ave. Windber 



R. D. 6 



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232 



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kk 




Winters Construction, Melvin* 


Melvin Winters 


R. D. 1, Box 621B 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


U3 




Wister Coal Co.* 


Mike Minosky 




Irvona 


16656 


17 




Wittig, Arthur 


Arthur Wittig 


R. D. 1 


Monroe ton 


18832 


35 




Wolcott, Dale M.* 


Dale M. Wolcott 


315 S. 5th St. 


Indiana 


15701 


1-30 




Wright, Inc., Grant W.# 


G. W. Wright 


Box 19U 


Fombell 


16123 


1-36- 


■37 


Zacherl Coal Co., Inc.* 


Raymond Zacherl 


Star Route 


Venus 


1636U 


13 




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Frank Zentkovich 


Box 176, R. D. 2 


Smithfield 


15U78 


Ul 




Zubek & Yantus*# 


Steve Yantus 


809 Main St. 


Central City 


15926 


l 




Zuck Coal Co. , Inc. 


E. G. Zuck 




Shippenville 


1625U 



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SUMMARY BY COUNTIES AND COMPANIES OF REPORTED WELLS NON-COAL AREAS 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1971 



COMPANY g TOTAL 

g 



Gulf Research & Development Company 



TOTAL 



248 



TABLE #5 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES 
TYPE OF WELLS REPORTED DRILLED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1971 



County 


Total Wells 
Drilled 


Gas 


Gas 
& Oil 


Oil 


Allegheny 
Armstrong 


1 
58 


1 
57 


_ 


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Bedford 

Butler 


5 
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4 


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Cameron 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Clinton 

Crawford 


7 
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13 
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15 


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11 

11 

6 


1 
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Erie 


15 
6 


1 
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1 


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Forest 

Fulton 


7 

67 

1 


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5 


5 


50 


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2 


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U6 


138 


- 


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Jefferson 


32 


28 


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1 


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Mercer 


109 
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1 


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55 


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26 


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1 


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3 


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187 


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182 


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Washington 
Westmoreland 
Wyoming 


176 

7 

13 

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6 

12 

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5 

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152 



Storage Intake Dry 



Waste 
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Salt Water 
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69 



48 



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992 



302 



453 



106 



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Barnes and Tucker Company ___1_____1 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation - - - - - - - - 11 11 

Buckeye Coal Company, The _-___1 ___1 

Cannel Coal Company, Inc. -1 _______1 

Canterbury Coal Company - 1 _______ 1 

Chestnut Ridge Mining Company ______ 1 __1 

Dorchem Pennsylvania Incorporated __g______g 

Duquesne Light Company ____._4.___4. 

Gateway Coal Company -----2---2 

Glen Irvan Corporation _-__2----2 

Harmar Coal Company 10 - - - - - - - 1 

Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation _ _ _ _ - 1 _ _ 3 4 

Vesta-Shannopin Coal Division 

Kniseley Coal Company _______1_1 

Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. ____2----2 

Leechburg Mining Company -1 _______1 

Mathies Coal Company ________33 

Pittsburgh Coal Company 1 _______23 

Reesedale Mining, Inc. -1 _______1 

Republic Steel Corporation 6 - 6 - - 2 - - 14 

Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company -12 - - - - - - -12 

Union Carbide Corporation __4,______4 

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

Harrisburg 




ANNUAL REPORT 



1972 



Anthracite, Bituminous Coal and Oil and Gas Division 



Printed in compliance with the 
Coal Mine Act of April 14, 1903 



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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

P. O. MX 1417 
HARRIHURa, PKNNtVLVAMIA I 7 1 10 

June 1, 1973 



The Honorable Milton J. Shapp 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Governor Shapp. 

The Department of Environmental Resources herewith submits 
The 1972 Annual Activities Report of the Mine Inspectors in the Anthracite 
and Bituminous Coal regions. This is in compliance with the Pennsylvania 
Bituminous Coal Mine Act (July 17, 1961, P. L. 659), as amended, and 
the Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Mine Act (November 10, 1965, P. L. 346), 
as amended. 

Included in this report is a synopsis of related activities of Bureaus 
that compose the Office of Mines and Land Protection. 

The edition represents the 103rd consecutive Annual Report 
concerning the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal mining activities in the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 



Sincerely your 




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1972 Annual Report 
Department of Environmental Resources 

SECRETARY'S STATEMENT 

The program of the fledgling Department of Environmental Resources achieved maturity 
during 1972, its second year of operation. 

Efforts in environmental protection and regulation, one of the major mandates of the 
Department, proceeded with surveillance and enforcement activities. 

And the work paid off. Approximately 7,000 air samples were collected and nearly 1,000 
air pollution problems were abated or otherwise resolved. An estimated 103 miles of Pennsylvania 
streams showed major improvement in water quality during 1972. Approximately 2,000 housing 
service requests were investigated, 40 hospital environmental surveys were performed, more than 
500 inspections were made in 324 migrant labor camps, approximately 15,000 individual sewage 
disposal permits were issued, 20 grants were made for rat control programs, 17,000 public eating 
or drinking establishments were licensed, 793 organized camps and campgrounds were issued 
permits, almost 1,000 new mine subsidence insurance policies were written, 141 permits for solid 
waste processing and disposal sites were issued, approximately 7,700 inspections, survey and 
follow-up work in occupational health were conducted, deep mine fatalities decreased by 35% 
despite increases in exposure time; a precedent setting deep mine roof control policy was adopted 
and hundreds of permits were issued for non-coal surface mine operations now covered by law. 

The enforcement ranged from small to large cases, from preserving the cleanliness of a small 
stream deep in the forest to improving the air in Clairton which has been fouled by U.S. Steel's 
Coke Works. 

Strip mined lands came under stronger controls while regulations to govern coal refuse were 
proposed and action against some refuse piles was taken. 

Work on county solid waste plans continued as did housing, hospital school, campground 
and vector surveys and improvement. 

Resource management activities also noted progress. 

Nine new State Parks were opened increasing recreational opportunities for thousands of 
Pennsylvanians and visitors. 

A gypsy moth control program was undertaken utilizing limited spraying of high use forest 
areas and the development of parasites in the Department of Environmental Resources laboratories. 

State Forest resource plans were completed for six of the Commonwealth's State Forests. 
The resource plans redefine the management techniques to be used on the particular forest. 

One of the major agencies within the Department, the Environmental Quality Board, enacted 
regulations in several fields to implement new Federal and State laws. 

Major environmental concerns made the subject of the regulations included erosion and 
sedimentations problems from earthmoving activities, the operation of bituminous and anthracite 
strip mines, air pollution and individual sewage disposal systems. 



The Department received support for, and constructive criticism of, its activities from 281 

members of the Citizens Advisory Council which also worked successfully for maximum citizen 
input in formulation of the transportation control strategies for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and 
citizen involvement in the development of an Environmental Master Plan. 

Council members also worked on amendments to several major pieces of environmental 
legislation and supported other bills. 

The importance accorded the work of the Department was evident in the legislation enacted 
this year by the General Assembly. 

Twenty-nine general and appropriation bills relating to environmental matters were approved 
in 1972. 

These included: 

-Act 17, requiring substrata evaluation of land before school design. 

-Act 153, providing for loans to business for research and development of pollution control 

technology projects 

-Act 245, amending the Air Pollution Control Act. 

-Act 14A, appropriating money to establish a biological forest insect control program. 

The work of the Department has been furthered by the approval by the people of the 
Commonwealth of an environmental protection amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution 
making the Commonwealth the trustee of our natural resources to conserve and maintain them 
for all the people. 

The Office of Enforcement has been researching the many ways in which that amendment 
can be applied to the environmental problems now facing us. 

One of the first formal applications of the amendment was the rejection by the Department 
of an application to strip mine near a park site in Washington County. 

The Department ruled it was under a Constitutional obligation to protect the land for residents 
of the area to use as a park. 

The Department of Environmental Resources has devoted much of its efforts to building 
a strong legal arm in the Office of Enforcement with its staff of 30 attorneys including the 
Environmental Strike Force. 

The attorneys have been involved in major negotiations such as the court action which resulted 
in a stipulation with U.S. Steel to abate air pollution at its Clairton Coke Works and prosecutions 
such as seeking a civil penalty of S5 18,000 from U.S. Steel for water pollution and SI 90,000 
from the Pennsylvania Power Company for air pollution. 

The lawyers also worked with the Bureau of Water Quality Management in developing orders 
for 70 communities and authorities in the Monongahela River Valley to develop regional sewer 
systems. 

A housing violation case is being pressed against the owner of more than n 1,000 units 
in Bucks County. This case teams the Office of Enforcement with the Bureau of Community 
Environmental Control. 

Not content to deal solely with the problems of today, the Department is working on 
development of an Environmental Master Plan to project an environmental quality of life in 
Pennsylvania 5, 20, and 50 years in the future and show what will be needed to achieve those 
goals. 

The Department has tried to become more visible to the public at large and explain its 
activities better through publication of a monthly newspaper, Pennsylvania ECONOTES. 



282 While the Department of Environmental Resources can rightfully claim that much was 

accomplished toward its goal of a better environment for all Pennsylvanians, still more would 
have been accomplished had we not been forced to contend with the effects of Tropical Storm 
Agnes in late June and throughout the summer. 

Nearly every program area and member of the staff across the State was involved in one 
way or another as the Department of Environmental Resources responded to the emergency faced 
by many citizens of the Commonwealth. 

Many of our employes continued on their assigned duties even when their own homes and 
families were affected by the rising waters. 

Praise for the efforts and activities of the Department has come from many sources. 

While the floods may have delayed the ongoing work of the Department, they provided 
a catalyst for the diverse agencies and programs which were brought together as the Department 
of Environmental Resources January 19, 1971, to join together in spirit and activity as well 
as on an organizational table. 

In 1973 the Department of Environmental Resources faces the continuing recovery efforts 
in flood-affected areas, policy issues raised by the flood and the three-fold legislative mandate 
of environmental protection, resource management and engineering and construction. 

Maurice K. Goddard, Secretary 
December, 1972 

CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL 

During 1972 the Citizens Advisory Council emphasized citizen involvement in the 
decision-making process of the Department and worked for maximum citizen input in the 
formulation of transportation control strategies and an Environmental Master Plan. 

Citizens Advisory Council members worked on amendments to HB 1333 (air pollution) and 
SB 7 (flood plain management) and supported passage of SB 123 (automobile inspection), 
HB 963 (scenic rivers), SB 1036 (gypsy moth) and HB 1907 (sewage construction bond issue). 

The Council issued its own annual report including recommendations for legislation and 
departmental changes. This report is available through Thomas G. McCloskey, Executive Director, 
521 South Office Building, Harrisburg 17120. 

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD 

Acting under the Clean Streams Law the Environmental Quality Board adopted regulations 
to control erosion and sedimentation problems from all earthmoving activities. Special provisions 
were also passed to regulate the operation of bituminous and anthracite strip mines under Act 147, 
the All Surface Mining Act of 1971. The Federal Clean Air Act of 1970 mandated State 
compliance with Federal standards and these new air pollution regulations were acted on early 
in 1972. 

The Quality Board also provided the rules of practice for the Environmental Hearing Board 
and made massive revisions to the State sewage rules which required comprehensive municipal 
planning for on-lot sewage systems. 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 283 



Bureau of Land Protection - - The Bureau is responsible for mine subsidence insurance, oil and 
gas, mine subsidence regulation and solid waste management. 

Effective February 1, 1972, the Mine Subsidence Insurance Board granted a 15 per cent 
rate reduction on all policies. Nearly 1 ,000 new policies were written for an increase of more 
than $20,000,000 of insurance in force. On November 27, 1972, the Governor signed HB 1725 
(Act 278) which will enable the Division to offer insurance coverage to owners of structures 
other than dwellings. The end of the year saw the drafting of rules and regulations to implement 
this new Act. 

The addition of two new oil and gas inspectors to the Division's field staff has enabled 
it to increase inspections of oil and gas well abandonments by 25 per cent. This increased 
capability has done much to assure that oil and gas reserves and groundwater are better protected. 

An Oil and Gas Advisory Committee was appointed to assist the Department in an advisory 
capacity on matters dealing with the Commonwealth's oil and gas conservation laws. The expertise 
represented on this committee will greatly increase our capability to fulfill the intent of these 
laws. 

The Division was able to keep up with the increased workload created by increased drilling 
activity in the Commonwealth. There was a 25 per cent increase in such activity during 1972 
and even greater increases in drilling are expected for 1973. 

Legislation requiring the Department to conduct mine subsidence evaluations prior to 
the construction of new school buildings resulted in studies and recommendations to prevent 
future subsidence damage for 28 new school sites. Nearly 1,200 subsidence evaluations were 
made for homeowners, business and commercial developers, and proposed industrial and 
agricultural building sites. Forty-five damage claims were investigated involving current 
underground bituminous mining and 750 protected structures were examined and appraised by 
agents of the Department prior to mining. 

Inspections for compliance with the Bituminous Mine Subsidence and Land Conservation 
Act were made at 246 underground mines and 1 1 technical study projects were conducted to 
confirm and refine the Department's subsidence control requirements. 

In February, 1972, the Environmental Quality Board approved new regulations for 
hazardous solid wastes and for incinerators. The drafting of coal refuse regulations was a major 
project for the Division in 1972. The regulations were presented to the Environmental Quality 
Board in August and public hearings were held in November. 

By the end of 1972, all counties in Pennsylvania were planning for solid waste management 
on a county-wide basis. Thirteen counties' plans were approved during the year. Nearly a million 
dollars in State funds were made available as 50 per cent grants to counties to help finance 
their planning efforts. 

One hundred forty-one permits for processing and disposal sites were issued during 1972 
2 and 15 inadequate sites were closed. New regulations for hazardous solid wastes and for 
incinerators were promulgated. 

The Division participated in and provided technical assistance for dozens of local recycling 
projects as part of its efforts to stimulate the development of resource recovery from solid wastes. 

As a result of Hurricane Agnes in June, 1972, the Division expended many man hours on 
emergency disposal of flood debris. They supervised the disposal of 16 million cubic yards of 
flood wastes at 28 emergency landfill sites and assisted Wilkes-Barre by providing 21 mobile home 
parks with collection and disposal services for thousands of flood victims in temporary housing. 
A program has been worked out with the U.S. Bureau of Mines to monitor the flood debris 
disposal sites in Wilkes-Barre. 



284 Bureau of Deep Mine Safety - - In 1972 there was a significant reduction in fatal accidents resulting 
from deep coal mine operations, 20 compared to 31 in 1971. This reduction occurred despite 
the fact that there was an increase of over four million hours worked in deep coal mine production. 

The Bureau issued approximately 1 ,700 more Mine Officials certificates of qualification in 
1972 than in 1971 and there was an increase of about 9,000 equipment approvals and roof 
support plans issued over the previous year. 

Mine Safety started a program in the bituminous region to train underground mine inspectors 
to wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Inspectors are further trained to cope with all aspects 
of mine rescue and recovery work. The Bureau re-introduced the mine safety demonstration 
program in the bituminous region and coordinated two demonstration events, one in Ebensburg 
and the other in Uniontown. These events emphasized the capabilities of mine rescue teams 
from various private industries involved in deep coal mining. 

An order was issued to all underground bituminous mines requiring them to install full 
overhead roof support. This order represented a major change in roof control as a minimum 
standard in providing health and safety for miners. 

Guidelines were developed by Mine Safety for application of safety methods and procedures 
to be followed whenever mining machinery is moved underground when men are working nearby. 
The development of these guidelines came as a result of a mine disaster in West Virginia where 
miners lost their lives. 

Recovery operations lasting 18 months were completed at the Nemacolin Mine, Buckeye 
Coal Company, where three men lost their lives as a result of an underground mine fire. 

The Mine Safety Bureau was given the responsibility of administering safety regulations for 
all metal and non-metal mines in the State in addition to the coal mine inspection programs. 

Bureau of Occupational Health - - The Executive Board approved a reorganization of the 
Department in which the Division of Occupational Health was given Bureau status. 
Mr. John W. Knauber was appointed Director of the new Bureau. 

Involvement with the Federal Government has accounted for a great deal of the Bureau's 
activity. A State plan under the 18th agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor, Federal 
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, has been prepared along with the necessary enabling 
legislation. When approved, Pennsylvania will become an 18b Agreement State with enforcement 
powers for occupational safety and health standards and will be eligible for 50 per cent program 
funding. 

The activity to ensure acceptable medical programs by explosive manufacturing plants using 
nitroglycerin and ethylene glycol dinitrate was continued. As a result, there has been no report 
of "Monday morning" heart attack deaths among explosives workers during the past five years. 

Ten Pennsylvania workmen died this past year in confined spaces which had no natural 
or mechanical ventilation. Six of the deaths occurred during a gas-line installation, one in a 
silo and three in two separate chemical tank entry situations. In all cases, proper procedures 
as required by the Bureau were not followed. Bureau activities to enforce safe entry procedures 
have been intensified. 

The Bureau staff, because of its recognized expertise, is routinely asked to comment on 
criteria documents for proposed occupational health standards being prepared by the Federal 
Government. Review and suggested changes have been submitted for proposed standards on 
arsenic, asbestos, beryllium carbon monoxide, hot environments, noise and toluene. 

In connection with Department regulations which require audiometric testing of workers 
exposed to excessive noise, the Bureau now reviews qualifications and procedures of audiometric 
testing services and company testing programs. As a result of this activity, 40 commercial testing 
services and 140 companies have services or programs acceptable to the Bureau. 



Thirteen lung cancer deaths have been reported among workers exposed to chloromethyl ^85 

ether (CME) in Pennsylvania. This chemical compound has been manufactured for the last 1 5 
years but the potential lung cancer hazard has only recently been discovered. Animal experiments 
indicate that a bi-product impurity of the CME, bis-Chloromethyl ether (bis-CME), is the possible 
carcinogen. The Bureau has been coordinating its activities with the National Institute for 
Occupational Safety and Health in developing control procedures and in-plant air standards. It 
will be proposed to the Environmental Quality Board that bis-Chloromethyl ether be added to 
the list of industrial carcinogens in Chapter 205 of the Department of Environmental Resources 
regulations. 

The Department's first formal training course for Environmental Protection Technicians hired 
under the Emergency Employment Act (EEA) was conducted by the Bureau of Occupational 
Health in Harrisburg, During the five day course participants were given the concept of 
occupational health functions and activities. The course included a basic review of mathematics 
and the laws of chemistry and physics which affect the action of dust particles in the air. 

Since most of the technicians were assigned to regional field offices, several sessions on 
instrument care and repair were scheduled. An evaluation of the performances of the technicians 
indicates that the time for this training was well spent and beneficial to the program. 

Approximately 7,700 inspections, investigation, survey and follow-up activities were 
conducted by the Bureau affecting 267,000 workers. The accomplishment of 2,250 
recommendations and requirements improved working conditions for 72,000 of these workers. 
Environmental air samples and measurements taken in connection with these activities resulted 
in 14,000 laboratory analyses. 

Bureau of Surface Mine Reclamation - - With the passage of the All-Surface Mining Act, the 
Department proceeded with the implementation of the new provisions of the Act. It was estimated 
that our caseload would be increased 3.8 times. By January 1, 1973, the estimated increase 
was reached and exceeded. 

Work was also started to promulgate needed Rules and Regulations, develop guidelines and 
prepare necessary forms, applications, permits, etc. An operator's manual is being prepared to 
assist the mining industry in submitting the necessary material for applications for permits, 
completion reports, bonding, etc. 

In December the staff met with the Pittsburgh office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 
to develop a compatible system for the review and permitting of mining operations along and 
in our major rivers and navigable streams. The majority of these mining operations are of the 
sand and gravel type. 

The Central Office staff was augmented by the hiring of four geologists. Two were assigned 
to coal operations, one to non-coal operations and the fourth to the processing of mining permits. 



286 Pictures below are of the Cocoa Inn, Corner of Chocolate and Cocoa Avenues, which 

was destroyed by blasting by the Controlled Demolition, Inc., 15 Burnbrae Road, Towson, 
Maryland. It took eleven days to cut into the reinforced concrete and set the neces- 
sary charges. Millisecond delay primers were used at the center of the structure and 
on the sides. Three hundred pounds of 90% dynamite was used. 




Picture No. 1— Shows the east side of the building crumbling and smoke emitting from 
the structure at the bottom and at the roof. 




Picture No. 2— Shows the center of the building destroyed. The north corner and west 
side of the structure were let stand to protect adjacent buildings twelve feet away. 



Pictures below show mine subsidence damage to a home on Cavan Drive, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. 



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Underground Mine Inspector Gerald Moody demonstrating the use of oxygen supply 
apparatus at a mine safety instruction meeting. 




Mine Safety Training Session— Instructors receiving training in the use of breathing 
apparatus and safety instruments that would be used during rescue or recovery 
operations. 



290 




Underground Mine Inspector Lester Kimmel discussing the use of the W-8 Methane 
Gas Detector which can detect a concentration of 0-to-5 percent methane gas in an 
underground coal mine. 




Underground Mine Inspector Lester Kimmel demonstrating mouth-to-mouth resuscitation 
at a mine rescue and first aid instruction meeting. 




291 



Underground Mine Inspector Gerald Moody conducting routine inspection of fire 
extinguisher and mine rescue and first aid equipment. 




Underground Mine Inspector Gerald Moody demonstrating the use of the Riken 
Methane Gas Detector. Used to detect the presence and concentration of methane 
gas in an underground coal mine. 



ANTHRACITE & 

BITUMINOUS 

COAL 

SUMMARY OF 

MINE INSPECTORS 

REPORTS 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



295 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 13 

Preparation Plant Inspections 80 

Fatal Accident Investigations 0_ 

Natural Death Investigations 0_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 0_ 

Nonfatal Investigations 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 13 

Other significant activities (List): Bank inspections (reclaim) 
Coal Refuse Disposal area inspections 19 

Special investigations - namely, bank fires, cave-ins 25 

Applications for Mine Subsidence Insurance and Mine 
Subsidence Insurance claims 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 1 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 7 

Preparation Plants 20 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 12 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations ho 



Total Number of Operators 17 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

Ventilation, roof control, drainage and general sanitary arrangements are good 
Date Submitted: February 15, 1973 Arthur A. Joyce, Acting 



Mine Inspectors Signature 
E Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal Fifth Anthracite 



District Number 



296 ER-ML-10 

Rev. V5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1£ 72 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 20 

Preparation Plant Inspections h 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 2 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 22 

Other significant activities (List): Bank inspections (reclaim) 3 

Coal refuse disposal area inspections 8 

Special investigations - namely, Bank fires, cave-ins, 12 

rising water in abandoned mines and applications for 
Mine Subsidence Insurance. 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 2 

Nongaseous Deep Mines - 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 1 

Preparation Plants 1 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 2 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

Ventilation, roof control, drainage and general sanitary arrangements are good. 

Date Submitted: February lit, 19 7 3 Arthur A. Joyce 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

SI Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal Sixth Anthracite District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 297 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

I. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Num be ■ 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



Other significant activities (List): 
>5.ne fire projects inspected 

Special investigations subsidence insurance applications 
Special investigations subsidence - breach boles 16 

Bank inspections 37 

Coal refuse disposal areas inspection 27 

A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 



\ „ ~ Dr " 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): Cleaning plants 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

The ventilation, roof control and drainage and sanitary conditions are good. 
Date Submitted: February 16, 1973 Peter P. Hino 



Mine Inspector s Signature 
H Anthracite Coal EH Bituminous Coal "-- Anthracite listri; 



District Number 



29g ER-ML-10 

Rev 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 65_ 

Preparation Plant Inspections 20_ 

Fatal Accident Investigations ^_ 

Natural Death Investigations ^_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 2_ 

Nonfatal Investigations k 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 73 

Other significant activities (List): Investigations for subsidence 9 
Bank and refuse disposal inspections insurance 2i| 

Supervised extinguishing stripping pit fires h 

Subsidence investigations during hurricane Agnes 12 

Inspections at Centralia and Mount Carmel mine fire projectsll 
Supervised sealing mines 3 

summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 
Mine inspections in the 10th Anthracite District 9 

Weekly carbon monoxide tests at Centralia and Coal Run Number 
homes. 

Gaseous Deep Mines 3 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 8 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) $ 

Preparation Plants 3 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 8 

Other (List): Cleaning Plant 1 



Total Active Operations 28 



Total Number of Operators l8_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The general condition of 
the mines in the 8th Anthracite District relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and sanitary arrangements as to the health, safety and welfare of the 
employes are good. 

Date Submitted: February 1$, 1973 Leonard W. Rogers 

Mine Inspector's Signature 

[x] Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal 8th Anthracite District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 299 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections hS 

Preparation Plant Inspections 36 

Fatal Accident Investigations ^_ 

Natural Death Investigations ^_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 1_ 

Nonfatal Investigations h_ 



12 
26 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended U9_ 

Other significant activities (List): 
Supervised extinguishing stripping pit fires 

Complaints and subsidence investigations during hurricane 
Agnes 

Bank and refuse inspections 
Abandoned mine sealed 
summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

The 9th District was divided between Inspector, Leon Brass, and 
myself when Mr. George Gallagher assumed the duties of Number 
Acting Chief. Anthracite Mine Safety Section. 

Gaseous Deep Mines 3 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 3 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) U 

Preparation Plants £ 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas £ 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations ^p_ 



Total Number of Operators ]-^_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

The ventilation, roof control, drainage and sanitary conditions are good. 

Date Submitted: February 15, 1973 Leonard W. Rogers, Acting 

Mine Inspector's Signature 

C Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal 9th Anthracite District 

District Number 



300 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections £5 

Preparation Plant Inspections ^ 

Fatal Accident Investigations 0_ 

Natural Death Investigations 1 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees h 

Nonfatal Investigations 6 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended h 



Other significant activities (List): 

Temperature checks on the Glen Burn Bank and in the 
rock hoist engine house. Tests made for Carbon Monoxide 
at the two places. 

Investigated and supervised the filling of mine breaches. 
Made investigations for subsidence insurance. 
summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 
Meetings with mine operators 

Attended meetings on mining and related subjects. Number 

Investigated complaints from the public. 

Gaseous Deep Mines h 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 7 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 1 

Preparation Plants 5 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 5 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 22 



Total Number of Operators 16 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

Roof control, ventilation, drainage and general sanitary conditions relating to 
the health, safety and welfare of the employes are very good in all of the mines 
in the 10th Anthracite District. 

Date Submitted: February 16, 1973 Leon Brass 

Mine Inspectors Signature 

E Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal 10th Anthracite District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 301 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, -1972 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 30 

Preparation Plant Inspections kh 

Fatal Accident Investigations - 

Natural Death Investigations - 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 35 

Nonfatal Investigations 1 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 3j> 

Investigations for Mine Subsidence Insurance 1 

Other significant activities (List): 

Mine rescue operation 1 

Refuse disposal and reclamation bank inspections 26 

Mine drainage permit investigations 2 

Abandoned mine shafts and slopes sealed before and after 10 
June flood; abandoned mine shafts sealed during emergency 3h 
summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines - 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 12 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) £ 

Preparation Plants 2 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 8 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



25 



21 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 
See attached sheet. 

Date Submitted: February 1$. 1973 Clarence E. Kashner 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

53 Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal 11th Anthracite District 



District Number 



302 



Condition of Mines 

The conditions of operations in this district with respect to 
ventilation, roof control, drainage and sanitary arrangements are good. 
Sufficient quantities of fresh air are circulated to and from each 
working face throughout the mine in accordance with the Act. Ample 
proper sized timbers are on hand and placed promptly in excavations 
to secure the roof and ribs. All areas are well drained and pumping 
facilities are adequate and properly cared for which maintains the oper- 
ations in a safe and healthy state for the well being of the workmen. 

Special duties performed in the aftermath of the June Flood 
disaster. 

The investigation of many crop falls adjacent to active operations 
and urgency of prompt action to prevent disaster. 

The eroded creek channels and wild watercourses impinging on 
active operations, associated roads and structures demanded immediate 
action with excavating and back filling equipment. 

Thirty-four (3k) surface mine subsidences over old and ancient 
mine excavations along streets and in back yards within the Shamokin City 
and Coal Township limits, many of which were an imminent threat to public 
safety were back filled under my supervision by material, equipment, and 
labor furnished by City, Coal Township, County and private individuals 
without cost to the Commonwealth. 

Fifty-two (52) overtime hours had been worked during this period - 
including fourteen (Hi) hours on Saturday, June 2k, 1972, and thirteen 
(13) hours on Sunday, June 25, 1972. 

No compensatory time was taken for the above work. 



C. E. Kashner 

Mine Inspector 

11th Anthracite District 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



303 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Bank inspections 

Other significant activities (List): 

Coal refuse disposal area inspections 

Consultations on mining matters 

Meetings - mining or related subjects 



_Ll 



JSCL 



63 



19 

27 
28 
89 



2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



JU 



16 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



hl 



22 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): Ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements relating to the health, safety and 
welfare of the employes are good in all of the mines located in the 12th Anthracite 
District. 

Date Submitted: February 16, 1973 Peter P. Hino 



Mine Inspectors Signature 



B Anthracite Coal 



□ Bituminous Coal 



12th Anthracite District 



District Number 



Q04 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 127 2 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 121 

Preparation Plant Inspections Uk 

Fatal Accident Investigations ^_ 

Natural Death Investigations ^_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 30_ 

Nonfatal Investigations 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 123 

Other significant activities (List): 

Coal refuse disposal area inspections 33 

Meetings on mining or related subjects ^ 

Consultation on mining matters 3 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 5 

Nongaseous Deep Mines -L3 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 5 

Preparation Plants V 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 9 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations ul 



Total Number of Operators 30 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 



Date Submitted: February 15, 1973 Joseph J. Halaburda 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

H Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal 13th Anthracite District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 305 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 12.72 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 57 

Preparation Plant Inspections 2U 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 5 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



Other significant activities (List): 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 2 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 8 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 1± 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



Hi 



Hi 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): Ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and sanitary conditions are good. Regular inspections were made by 
inspectors Kalaburda, Miller, Kashner and myself. There were no roof fall accidents 
in the lUth District. As Acting Inspector I was responsible for all^renorts, . 



Date Submitted: 



Mine Inspectors Signature 



\E\ Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal l^th Anthracite District 

District Number 



306 ERML - 10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 107 

Preparation Plant Inspections 20 

Fatal Accident Investigations 1 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 7 

Nonfatal Investigations h 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 27 

Other significant activities (List): 

First Aid training sessions 2 

Special investigations 8 

Water permit 1 

Rescue and recovery 1 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 8 

Nongaseous Deep Mines £ 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) _ 

Preparation Plants 2 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas ^ 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



20 



16 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2x11 sheets as needed): 



Date Submitted: February 16, 1973 Arthur E. Hand 

Mine Inspector's Signature 

63 Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal l5th Anthracite District 

District Number 



The overall conditions of the mines in the l5th Anthracite District 307 
regarding ventilation, roof control, mine drainage and general sanitary con- 
ditions are good. 

Six deep mines were flooded during the 'Agnes' hurricane and have 
been idled since June 22, 1972. 

There was one fatal accident due to rush of material, which caused 
the death of James R. Smith, ^ne Foreman, and the entrapment of Kermit E. 
Binkley, for 11 hours and hS minutes, until rescued. 



Arthur E. Hand 
Mine Inspector 
l5th Anthracite District 



308 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 110 

Preparation Plant Inspections 37 

Fatal Accident Investigations 3 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 10 

Nonfatal Investigations 33 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended U2 

Other significant activities (List): 

Bank and mine refuse disposal area inspections 26 

Meetings attended with personnel of Department 35 

Meetings attended with operators and engineers 39 

Mine Officials examinations 10 

Mine and Breaker Safety inspections in li;th District 22 
A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 8 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 13 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 3 

Preparation Plants ^ 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 8 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 3_6_ 



Total Number of Operators 26 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The conditions of all mine 
in the l6th Anthracite District relative to ventilation roof control, drainage, 
sanitation, safety and conditions in general are very good. 

Date Submitted: Vohmx-ry 16, 197^ Clarence E. Miller 

Mine Inspector's Signature 

H Anthracite Coal □ Bituminous Coal l6th Anthracite District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



309 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 12. 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 20 

Preparation Plant Inspections h 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2_ 

Natural Death Investigations 0_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 1_ 

Nonfatal Investigations 3_ 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 3_ 



Other significant activities (List): 



2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 2 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 5 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 26 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



33 



23 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The mines in District 1 

are operating in accordance with Act 339 relative to ventilation, roof control, 

mine drainage, and general health conditions. 

Date Submitted: March 13, 1973 W. H. Hixon 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal B Bituminous Coal 1st Bituminous District 

District Number 



310 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 22- 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections k 

Preparation Plant Inspections 0__ 

Fatal Accident Investigations 0_ 

Natural Death Investigations 0_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees T~~ 

Nonfatal Investigations 1__ 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



Other significant activities (List): 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 2 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2x11 sheets as needed): The mines in District 2 
are operating in compliance with Act 339, relative to ventilation, roof control, 
mine drainage, and general health conditions. 

Date Submitted: March 13, -1973 W. H. Hixon 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal B Bituminous Coal 2nd Bituminous District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 3U 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 12.72 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 38 

Preparation Plant Inspections j-9 

Fatal Accident Investigations j- 

Natural Death Investigations 1 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees J& 

Nonfatal Investigations 32 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended Dj 



Other significant activities (List): 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 5 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 3 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 3 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

Refer to attached sheet 
Date Submitted: February 5, 1973 P. H. Hyatt 



Mine Inspector s Signature 
D Anthracite Coal B Bituminous Coal 3rd Bituminous District 



District Number 



312 Wayne sburg 

February 5, 1973 

Honorable W. J. Vicinelly, Director 
Department of Environmental Resources 
Bureau of Deep Mine Safety 
Fulton National Bank Bldg., P.O. Box 2063 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Mr. Vicinelly: 

During the year of 1972 in the 3rd Bituminous District, 
there were 3,795,025 tons of coal produced with a total of 1,813 
employes. There were two (2) companies operating. There was one (l) 
fatal accident and U8 non-fatal accidents. 

The two entombed bodies at the Nemacolin Mine of the 
Buckeye Coal Company were recovered in September of 1972. 

There is a big improvement in the ventilation at the 
mines in my district. The return air courses are being cleaned, 
timbered and posted. Active roadways are sprinkled to allay the float 
dust. 

The changes in the timbering plans by the State and the 
programs set up to secure the roof on the haulageways will help to 
eliminate accidents. Also, Resin Bolting is being put into effect at 
two of the mines. A steel canopy is being installed on some of the 
continuous miners to protect the machine operators from loose slate 
and coal. 

Large sumps are being constructed to relay the water 
in the mine to facilitate the pumping problems. 

Very truly yours, 

P. H. Hyatt, Inspector 
cc : Mr. D. J. Keenan 
Mr. E. N. Connor 



ER-ML-10 313 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,12L2 
1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



Number 

27 



~ 



Other significant activities (List): 

Recovery operations following mine fire at Nemacolin Mine 20 days 
Seminar on Training Methods - Pennsylvania State University 3 days 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 2 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 5 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 1 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 1 

Other (List): Shafts being sunk 



Total Active Operations 12 

Total Number of Operators 5 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

See attached. 

Date Submitted: February 16, 1973 Edward C. Urbany 

Mine Inspectors Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal E Bituminous Coal 1th Bituminous District 

District Number 



314 Ventilation is adequate and well controlled in all of 

the mines in District k. 

Each of the mines in District h has an approved full 

overhead roof support plan in operation. This district 

experienced one lost time accident as a result of a roof fall 
in 1972. 

No drainage problems exist in any of the mines in 
this District. 

Housekeeping in and about the mines is neat, orderly 
and generally good in regard to general sanitary arrangements, 

Four of the lost time accidents reported by the 
operators were for record only as no time was lost. 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



315 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): 
Examinations for miners and mine officials 
Meetings on mining matters 
Special investigations 

Total hours on all assigned duties 



Number 

887 hours 



171 


r. : ur s 





1 


h9 


'days 


2U 


hours 


1+6 hours 



l5l hours 

176 hours 

256 hours 

2,U51i for year 



2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): Reclamation coal yard 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



11 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The mines in this District 
are being kept in a reasonably safe condition in compliance with the requirements 
in Act 339. A number of safety corrections were ordered during the mine inspections, 
One mine fire occurred in a mechanic ' s shanty but no one was injured. 

Date Submitted: January 29, 1973 George P. Resick 



Mine Inspectors Signature 



n Anthracite Coal 



E Bituminous Coal 



District Number 



5th Bituminous DLaia 



316 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1972 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 3 (2k day s) 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): 

Examination for Miners and Machine Runners 
Office Work 

Assisted at mine fire in Buckeye #h Shaft 
Rescue and recovery at Buckeye #h Shaft 
Mine rescue demonstration 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



2 








2 





k 


3 




6o 


days 


62 


days 


22 


days 


1 


day, 


lendar year 


include: 


Number 


h 







o 




2 


J- 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



10 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

In general, the conditions of the mines in the 5th Bituminous District are in 
a reasonably safe condition. 

Date Submitted: February 5. 1973 Frank J. Shoaf, Jr. (Acting) 

Mine Inspectors Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal H Bituminous Coal 5th Bituminous District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



317 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Number 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



109 


days 


7 


days 


2 





35 


days 


k 


o 



Other significant activities (List): Meetings attended 6k 

Surface inspections 11 days 

Examinations held 38 

Rescue and recovery work 9 days 
Special investigation of fire area a Nemacolin Mine Fire 20 days 

Office Work 8l hours 
2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



Number 
3 



2 idle 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2x11 sheets as needed): 



Date Submitted: 



February 13, 1973 



□ Anthracite Coal 



2] Bituminous Coal 



Joseph Reggianni 



Mine Inspector s Signature 

6th Bituminous District 



District Number 



318 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 3U2Z2 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other meetings and consultations on mining matters 

Other significant activities (List): 

Traveling 

Office Work 

Examinations 

Rescue and recovery operations 



795 


hours 


175 hours 


18 


hours 


7 


hours 


161 


hours 


8 


hours 


hs 


hours 



U52 hours 

356 hours 
185 hours 
158 hours 
l5l hours 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 
Nongaseous Deep Mines 
Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 
Preparation Plants 
Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 
Other (List): 

-"- Had Marianna Mine up to April 30, 1972 
*# Crescent No. 3 Mine closed May 26, 1972 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



3 (After May 26, 1972 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 



Date Submitted: February 15, 1973 

□ Anthracite Coal fx) Bituminous Coal 



S. A. Fredrick 



Mine Inspector s Signature 

7th Bituminous District 



District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



319 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31.12J2 



1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



10 


12 days 


1 


2 days 







2 


h days 









Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 21 (l55 days) 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations LaBell Preparation Plant 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): Performed other duties of a mine inspector 
as required by law and moral obligation to general public, such as, 
complaints from people that ventilating fans are noisy; miners' cars 
driving by farm houses create hazard to farmer's dogs; and is Company 
stealing farmer's coal under his house, etc. 
Complaints of employes when they are angry at foreman, 
summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 
Examinations held for foreman, miners, shotfirers - 6l miners' certi- 
ficates were issued Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 

* Also had Gateway Mine for four months 



(No gas found to date, 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346,' 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

The ventilation, roof control, drainage and general sanitary conditions are very 
good in the mines of the 8th Bituminous District. 



Date Submitted 



□ Anthracite Coal 



E Bituminous Coal 



J. M. Hovanic 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

8th Bituminous District 

District Number 



320 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 50 

Preparation Plant Inspections £0 

Fatal Accident Investigations e 

Natural Death Investigations Q 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 11 

Nonfatal Investigations 2jj. 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 12 

Other significant activities (List): 

Made inspections in three mines other than the 9th Bituminous District 
one mine in the 7th District, and two mines in the 17th District. 
Attended and participated in State Mine Foreman's examinations and in 
two State mine rescue demonstrations. Issued Miner Certificates to 
persons eligible for certification. 
A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 



Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 0_ 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 8_ 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) Q_ 

Preparation Plants o_ 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 2_ 

Other (List): Tip pies 17 

Total Active Operations 36 



Total Number of Operators 31 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

All of the mines, cleaning plants and tipples in the 9th Bituminous District are 
in legal compliance with Act No. 339 of the Bituminous Coal Mining Laws of the 
Commonwealth. 

Date Submitted: February 7, 1973 Gerald F. Moody 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal E Bituminous Coal 9th Bituminous District 



District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



321 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 2li 

Preparation Plant Inspections 9 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2__ 

Natural Death Investigations 1 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 25 

Nonfatal Investigations 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 27_ 

Other significant activities (List): 

Conferences on mining or related subjects 
Examinations held for Miner and Mine Foreman 

Certification 32 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines jj, 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 2 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 3 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas £ 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations l6_ 

Total Number of Operators 5_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2x11 sheets as needed): 



Date Submitted: February Hi, 1973 C. F. Kelly 



Mine Inspectors Signature 
D Anthracite Coal E Bituminous Coal 10th Bituminous District 



District Number 



322 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 12J 2 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



Number 



21 



16 



12 



u 



Other significant activities (List): 

State Examinations for Mine Officials 2 

Refuse dump inspections h 

Mine rescue at Nemacolin Mine h 
Examinations held for Miners, Machine Runners and 

Shotfirers 8 
A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 



Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



21 



13 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 



Date Submitted: February 20, 1973 

□ Anthracite Coal H Bituminous Coal 



John C. Panchura 



Mine Inspector s Signature 

11th Bituminous District 



District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



323 



6i;0 hours 


6h 


hours 


l8 


hours 





282 


hours 


UO 


hours 


50 


hours 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1222 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): 

See attached sheet (l) 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 1± 

Nongaseous Deep Mines £ 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants ] 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas ^ 

Other (List): 

Total Active Operations 16 

Total Number of Operators 9 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

See attached sheet (2) 
Date Submitted: February 15, 1973 John J. Hunter 



Mine Inspector s Signature 
□ Anthracite Coal S Bituminous Coal 12th Bituminous District 



District Number 



324 (1) Other Significant Activities 



Attended numerous meetings on all phases of mining and mining 
practices. 

Inspected refuse piles and water treatment facilities. 

Assisted in giving examinations for Mine Inspectors, Electrical 
Inspectors, Mine Officials, Miners and Machine Runners. Corrected 
Mine Officials examination papers and Oral examinations for two 
examinations - 25k hours. 

Attended a Labor Relations Seminar for 3 days, the Mine Inspector's 
Institute of America and the Mine Inspector's Advisory Association 
Meetings for 3 days, and the Coal Mining Institute of America 
Meetings for 2 days. 

Worked on rescue and recovery operations and meetings associated 
with same for 336 hours - the Penn Central Railroad Tunnel cave-in 
for Ik hours, underground photography for 1 day, and investigated 
and inspected a tunnel for Harrisburg Engineers in South Greensburg 
for 3 days. 

Attended meetings on all issues - 22ii hours 

Office Work - 398 hours 

Traveled - 19,5>5l miles - 556 hours 



(2) CONDITIONS OF MINES 325 

Conditions of mines in the 12th Bituminous District relative 
to ventilation, roof control, drainage and general sanitary 
arrangements are in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and 
Act 3U6, Section 127. 

All mines and portions of mines in this District have been 
adequately ventilated and the air has been of good quality, 
meeting all requirements of the mining laws. 

Pre-determined roof control plans were used and for the most 
part were strictly adhered to and proved to be very effective. 
Drainage had been kept under control for the most part, except 
in the Hutchinson Mine at the time of the Tropical storm "Agnes", 
which caused heavy rains and flooding conditions and caused the 
water to rise in the mine. As a result, all the men were with- 
drawn. However, additional pumps were put into service and in 
a few days the water was brought under control once again and 
the workmen were permitted to return to work. 

The mines have been kept in a safe, healthful condition and 
provisions were made for the health and safety of all persons 
employed in andaoout the mines and for the protection and pre- 
servation of all property connected therewith. 

There were 17 non- fatal lost time accidents, one of these was 
caused by a roof fall — the injured person was hit on the head 
with a piece of boney causing a whip-lash of the neck. 

The fatal accident was a transportation accident where the 
victim either fell off, was knocked off, or saw what was 
happening and jumped off a loaded truck of bagged rock-dust 
and was run over by the second truck also loaded with bagged 
rock-dust. The victim was married with two dependent children. 



326 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections U0_ 

Preparation Plant Inspections 20_ 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2_ 

Natural Death Investigations 1 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 25 

Nonfatal Investigations 20 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 3 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 2 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 13 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 7_ 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 18 



Total Number of Operators l5_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): General conditions are 
stable with sufficient problems arising due to changing conditions of the laws, 
environment and natural conditions. Excessive commissions and investigations 
have increased work load too much to maintain normal conditions. 

Date Submitted: February 6, .1973 J. M. Muchnok 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal S Bituminous Coal 13th Bituminous Distri ct 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



32; 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1222 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): 

Contract negotiations in Harrisburg 
Administrative function in Harrisburg Office 



- 12 days 

- 36 days 






±2T 



2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): Tipples 



:;• 



13 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



29 



21 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): All mines in the liith 
District relative to ventilation, roof control, drainage and sanitary conditions 
were in compliance with Act 339, as of the dates of last inspection. 



Date Submitted: February 20, 1973 



□ Anthracite Coal 



£3 Bituminous Coal 



J. E. Lamont 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

lUth Bituminous District 
District Number 



328 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 27_ 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



7 


2 





3 


5 


2 


h 


days 


16 


days 


10 


days 


2 


days 



Other significant activities (List): 
Rescue and recovery operations 
Mine Foreman examination 
Miners examination 
Machine Runners examination 
Made five mine inspections outside of my District 

summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 1 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 11 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants k 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 3 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 19 



Total Number of Operators 11 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

See attached sheet. 

Date Submitted: February 5, 1973 Austin Gillingham 

Mine Inspector's Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal E Bituminous Coal l5th Bituminous District 

District Number 



(3) CONDITIONS OF THE MINES 329 

All of the mines in the l5th Bituminous District are well ventilated. 
Two new fans have been installed and three new raised bored shafts 
put in. 

Mine drainage is managed and controlled with treatment plants. 
All mines have adequate roof control plans and one mine went to full 
overhead roof support. 
The overall sanitary conditions is very good at all the mines. 



330 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 21 - l;8 l hours 

Preparation Plant Inspections 9 

Fatal Accident Investigations 1 

Natural Death Investigations 3 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees U8 - 250 hours 

Nonfatal Investigations 26 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 12 

Other significant activities (List): Traveled . 16,735 miles (6oh hours involved) 
Consultations on ventilation, roof control and equipment 39 - 171 hours 

Office work, training programs, roof control & equipment approvals - U72 hours 
Held meetings on mining matters, ventilation changes & mining systems &h - U98 hou; 
Held examinations and issued 237 certificates - 106 hours 

Consultant for construction companies on safety devices and regulations involving 
A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: this type of 

work. 



Number 



Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The mines in the l6th 
Bituminous District are in a safe, well maintained and managed condition. Although 
there were 158 lost time accidents recorded in this District during the year, h$% 
were of 1 day involving doctor's examination and observation - actually 85 lost time 

Date Submitted: February 16, 1973 L. D. Kimmel 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal S Bituminous Coal 16th Bituminous 

District Number 
NOTE: The figures noted above also reflect the work done in the 25th Bituminous 
District in which I have been acting. 



ER-ML-10 331 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1222 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections ^_ 

Preparation Plant Inspections 11 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 3_^ 

Nonfatal Investigations 1 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 2 



Other significant activities (List): 

-"- Includes duties performed at the Nemacolin Mine of the Buckeye 
Coal Company in recovery work after the mine fire. 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 
Gaseous Deep Mines 



Nongaseous Deep Mines 
Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 
Preparation Plants 
Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 
Other (List): 

-x- Tour mine operated during the tourist season - 
no production. 

Total Active Operations 13_ 

Total Number of Operators 7 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): All of the mines in the 
17th Bituminous District are being worked in a safe manner and in compliance with 
the Bituminous Mining Laws. The ventilation, roof control, drainage and sanitary 
conditions are satisfactory. 

Date Submitted: February 10, 1973 Robert E. Fulton 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal Qc] Bituminous Coal 17th Bituminous District 

District Number 



332 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, JL272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 2k 

Preparation Plant Inspections k 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees k 

Nonfatal Investigations 15 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended k 



Other significant activities (List): 

Miners Certificates issued 136 

Machine Runners and Shotfirers examinations held 12 

Approved three (3) revised timbering plans 

A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 3 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 3 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 2 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 2 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 10 

Total Number of Operators ^_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The ventilation, roof 
control, drainage and general sanitary conditions are very good in all of the 
mines located in the 18th Bituminous District. 

Date Submitted: February 3, 1973 Arthur L. Shank 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal Bituminous Coal 18th Bituminous District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 
Rev. 1/5/73 



333 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1272 



During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigatibns of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 



Other significant activities (List): 

Examinations 

Rescue and recovery operations 



Number 



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12 



10 



737 hours 



176 hours 
7 hours 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines h 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 2 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 2 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 



Total Number of Operators 



Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The mines in my District 
appear to be operating in a safe, healthful and lawful condition. 



Date Submitted: February lh, 1973 

□ Anthracite Coal S Bituminous Coal 



Lawrence Jones 



Mine Inspectors Signature 

19th Bituminous District 



District Number 



334 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, JL272 

During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 7 

Preparation Plant Inspections 6 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2__ 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 6 

Nonfatal Investigations 1 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 2__ 



Other significant activities (List): 

Held examinations for Miners and Machine Runners Certificates. 
Assisted in recovery work at the Nemacolin Mine of The Buckeye 
Coal Company after the mine fire. 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 2 

Nongaseous Deep Mines ^ 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 1 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 1 
Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): The ventilation, roof 

control, drainage and general sanitary conditions of the mines in the 20th 

Bituminous District is very good. 

Date Submitted: February 1 ? } 1Q73 Eno Chellini 



Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal \^\ Bituminous Coal 20th Bituminous District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 335 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 38 

Preparation Plant Inspections Ik 

Fatal Accident Investigations 3 

Natural Death Investigations 5 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 20 

Nonfatal Investigations 6 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 2k 

Other significant activities (List): 

Examinations for Miners, Machine Runners and Shotfirers Certificates - 185 

Associate member of Mine Foremans examination - 2 

Mine rescue demonstration - 1 

Mine safety inspections out of the District - k 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines k 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 3. 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 6 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas Q 

Other (List): Water treatment plants 2 



Total Active Operations l£_ 

Total Number of Operators 7_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2x11 sheets as needed): i n general the mines of 
the 21st Bituminous District are safe in regards to ventilation, drainage and 
sanitary conditions. The roof conditions in at least 5 of the mines is of poor 
nature. 

Date Submitted: February 5. 1973 E. H. Pauley 

Mine Inspector's Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal £] Bituminous Coal 21st Bituminous District 



District Number 



336 ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1272 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 52 

Preparation Plant Inspections 16 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2 

Natural Death Investigations 0_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 



Nonfatal Investigations 2 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 1^ 

Refuse areas inspected 8 
Other significant activities (List): 

Assisted with recovery work 2 

Special investigations and non- commission 37 

Conducted examinations for Miners Certificates h9 
Conducted and assisted with Mine Officials Examination 

and helped in preparing same 30 days 

2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 1 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 21 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 6 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas h 
Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



21 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

See attached sheet 

Date Submitted: February llx. 1973 Michael Phillips 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal H Bituminous Coal 22nd Bituminous District 

District Number 



337 



CONDITIONS OF THE MINES 

All of the mines, in the 22nd Bituminous District, are ventilated 
by some type of ventilating fan which have been installed according 
to the Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Mining Laws. The ventilation 
is adequate for each individual mine. 

The mines have an approved timbering plan that is posted at the 
mine and signed by the District Mine Inspector, which is adequate 
for minimum roof control for the individual mines. 

The drainage and sanitary conditions appear to be good in the 
mines. 

This District had one fatal transportation accident, and 22 non- 
fatal lost time accidents for the year of 1972. 



OOO ER-ML-10 

Rev. 1/5/73 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 



FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1972 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections lS 

Preparation Plant Inspections 2j^_ 

Fatal Accident Investigations 1_ 

Natural Death Investigations 0_ 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 0_ 

Nonfatal Investigations 0_ 



Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 12 

Other significant activities (List): 

Attended monthly meeting of the Richard Maize Council of the 
Holmes Safety Association of which I am Vice-President 
Attended National Coal Mining Institute of America in Pittsburgh 
Made lf> inspections of mines not in my District 

Spent 7 days on rescue and recovery operations at Nemacolin Mine after fire 
summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 
Helped give examinations for Mine Foreman and helped correct papers. 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 7 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) - 



Preparation Plants 12_ 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas h_ 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 19 



Total Number of Operators 17_ 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2x11 sheets as needed): Based on my inspections 
of the mines in my District, it is my opinion that all of the mines are in com- 
pliance with the Pennsylvania Mining Law in regards to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements. 

Date Submitted: February 2, 1973 Wayne L. Reynolds 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal [x] Bituminous Coal 23rd Bituminous District 

District Number 



ER-ML-10 339 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, JL972 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 

Number 

Mine Safety Inspections 775 hours 

Preparation Plant Inspections 6h hours - surface-155 h: 

Fatal Accident Investigations 2 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations bf Commissions or Committees 11 

Nonfatal Investigations 60 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 6 

Other significant activities (List): 
See attached sheet (l) 



2. A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 2 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 1 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 2 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 2 

Other (List): 



Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

See attached sheet (2) 
Date Submitted: February 2, 1973 Anthony E. Valeri 



Mine Inspectors Signature 
□ Anthracite Coal H Bituminous Coal 2] + th Bituminous District 



District Number 



340 (1) OTHER SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES 

Investigated Ch. ignition at Greenwich Collieries, No. 32 Mine, 

borehole, Lehman Shaft, Mine No. 33, Longwall, and Chi accumulation 

in No. 20 Mine Longwall tailgate. 

Investigated open mine shaft gasoline tank leak at Cresson Ridge 

Diesel Garage. 

Investigated a fatal accident in Conemaugh No. 1 Mine; an electrocution 

in Cambria Slope No. 33 at substation. 

Investigated Crain Poultry complaint on discharging waste into abandoned 

mine. 

Investigated two roof fall accidents in the Revloc No. 32 Mine and 

Greenwich Mine. 



(2) CONDITIONS OF THE MINES 

Ventilation meets with the requirements of the Bituminous Coal Mining 
Laws of Pennsylvania. Gas ventilator boreholes provided over gob 
areas at the Cambria Slope No. 33 Mine. Roof control is in com- 
pliance with the approved control plans at all mines. The general 
sanitary conditions are good. 



ER-ML-10 341 

Rev. 1/5/73 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY 

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS MINE INSPECTORS REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, _1?72 

1. During this calendar year, I have performed the following activities: 



Mine Safety Inspections 

Preparation Plant Inspections 

Fatal Accident Investigations 

Natural Death Investigations 

Special Investigations of Commissions or Committees 

Nonfatal Investigations 

Safety Training Meetings conducted and attended 

Other significant activities (List): 

Participated in recovery work at the Buckeye Coal Co., Nemacolin Mine - 55 hours 

Held examinations for Miners and Machine Runners - 1x5 hours 

Assisted with Mine Foreman examinations - 8 hours 



A summary of mining operations active in my district for this calendar year include: 

Number 

Gaseous Deep Mines 3 

Nongaseous Deep Mines 1 

Bank Operations (Anthracite Coal Region) 

Preparation Plants 2 

Coal Refuse Disposal Areas 2 

Other (List): 



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Total Active Operations 
Total Number of Operators 



3. Briefly describe the conditions of the mines in your district relative to ventilation, roof control, 
drainage and general sanitary arrangements in accordance with Act 339, Section 122 and Act 346, 
Section 127. (Attach additional 8 1/2 x 11 sheets as needed): 

See attached sheet 

Date Submitted: Fph-niary Q, 1973 A. M. Pawlosky 

Mine Inspector s Signature 

□ Anthracite Coal j^TJ Bituminous Coal 26th Bituminous District 

District Number 



342 



CONDITIONS OF THE MINES 



Ventilation - No serious lost time has been recorded in District 
26 because of ventilation failure. The mines in 
this District are adequately ventilated. 



Roof Control 



Two roof fall accidents occurred in the District 
during 1972 - neither of which were serious. 



Drainage - No work stoppage or accidents occurred because of 
any water problems. The mines are kept well- 
drained and there are no excessive accumulations 
of water that would endanger any workmen. 



In general, the mines are well taken care of and 
all violations reported during the inspections 
have been corrected. All equipment that was found 
to be in violation was restored to good condition. 



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PINS FOREST P-U8 STRIP - READING ANTHRACITE COMPANY 

January 17, 1972 — Uth Anthracite District 

W. D. Maurer, Mine Inspector 



346 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

W. D. Maurer, Mine Inspector 4th Anthracite District 

On January 17, 1972, at approximately 11:00 P.M., a truck spotter, 61 years of age, 
married, with no children under 18 years of age, and having had 8 years experience in and about 
the mines at this occupation, was injured when his clothing became ignited while standing too 
close to a fuel oil-fired drum while trying to keep warm. The accident occurred at the Pine 
Forest P-48 Strip Mine of the Reading Anthracite Co. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was working on the third shift, which started at 10:00 P.M., and was engaged 
in spotting trucks at the No. 191 stick front shovel, which was loading spoil material for 
transportation to the spoil bank area. Usually a portable shanty heated by a coal fired stove 
is located near the shovel to provide heat for the workmen. Due to the shovel having been 
moved to the present location, the portable shanty had not been moved. An open metal drum 
fuel oil-fire was utilized to provide heat; and it is assumed that while carrying a pail of fuel 
oil to replenish the fire, the victim might have spilled some oil on his clothing and it was ignited 
by the fire in the drum. The victim, after the burning clothing was extinguished, refused medical 
attention or assistance to transport him to the hospital, and drove to his home in his personal 
car. However, the victim's son, on the night of the accident at 12:00 midnight, took him to 
a hospital where we was admitted. The victim later contracted pneumonia in the hospital and 
died on March 3, 1972. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the victim standing too close to an open-flame fuel oil 
fire and his clothing caught fire. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident orders should be issued to an operator to use a safer 
method of providing heat and to prohibit workers from working or standing too close to heating 
units without exercising the proper care. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim because he was standing 
too close to an open flame fuel oil-fed fire, and he refused immediate medical attention and/or 
transportation to the hospital. 



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STRIP PERMIT NO. 30-73 & Ik - BLUE COAL CORP 

January 22, 1972 — 1st Anthracite District 

W. A. Sanders, Mine Inspector 



348 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

W. A. Sanders, Mine Inspector 1st Anthracite District 

On January 22, 1972, at approximately 1:00 P.M., a driller, 54 years of age, married, 
the father of three children under 18 years of age, and having had 5-1/2 years experience at 
this occupation, 1-1/2 years at this operation, was fatally injured, when a Caterpillar Model 657 
Earth Mover, known as a pan, backed over the victim's car. The accident occurred at the 
Bliss-Alden Strip Mine, Permit Nos. 30-73 & 74, of the Blue Coal Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

On the day of the accident, the victim was leaving the operation and was following 
the pan that had been repairing the stripping road. The operator of the pan had just completed 
a short forward pass on the right side of the 25-foot wide road and started to back the pan, 
moving over to the left side of the road. When the pan had backed approximately 50 feet, 
the operator felt the right wheel climbing and he stopped the backward travel of the pan, pulled 
ahead and turned somewhat to see behind the machine. The operator saw the victim's car, and 
ran back to find the victim in the crushed car. He called to the victim, received no reply and 
went immediately for help. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the victim following too close to the pan and the operator 
was unable to see him due to the limited visibility, which was 50 feet behind the pan. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident, small vehicular traffic should be prohibited from using 
the roads and working areas when large equipment is being moved with limited visibility for 
the operator. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The victim and the mine officials shall share the responsibility for this accident. The 
victim because he was following too closely behind the large equipment, and the mine officials 
for allowing small vehicles to travel without protection when large equipment is being moved 
and the visibility is known to be poor. 



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NO. 2 VEIN SLOPE - S. & M. COAL COMPANY, INC. 

June 20, 1972 — 15th Anthracite District 

A. E. Hand, Mine Inspector 

C. E. Miller, Assisting 

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350 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Arthur E. Hand. Mine Inspector 15th Anthracite District 

C. E. Miller, Assisting 
W. D. Maurer, Assisting 

At approximately 11:45 a.m. on June 20, 1972, a miner and foreman of the mine, 
married, with three children under 18 years of age. and having 14 years experience in and about 
the mines, 1 year at this occupation, was fatally injured when caught by a rush of coal from 
the face area at the No. 2 Vein Slope Mine operated by the S. & M. Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and his buddy were working on the first shift which started at 7:00 a.m. 
After completing some work on the slope at 11:30 a.m., the victim and his buddy went to 
the face of No. 2 1,2 Pillar breast to drill same. A short time after reaching the face, 
approximately 11:45 a.m.. a rush of coal from the face carried the victim and his buddy down 
the breast toward the gangway where they were trapped. 

The hoisting engineer reported he waited until he thought they should be finished with 
their routine work, then called a neighboring operator who made a search of the mine and could 
not find them. He immediately notified the District Mine Inspector, and had his workmen report 
to the scene of the accident. 

The District Mine Inspector arrived at the mine in the company of a neighboring Mine 
Inspector at about 3:45 p.m. and entered the mine to begin rescue work. Around 6:00 p.m., 
after hoisting a number of cars of coal from the chute, one of the workmen reported hearing 
some talking. 

A small opening was made by cleaning the coal out of a small slant over the top of 
the gangway timber. A short time later, the trapped laborer was seen near the west rib of the 
chute. About 60 tons of coal were removed from the chute before he could be rescued. 

The victim was fast on the east side of the chute, and had been already dead for some 
time before an opening could be made to permit rescue. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The accident was caused by a sudden collapse of the face and rib. The victim could 
not evaluate the conditions in this case because of the nature of the seam at this point, which 
was very friable and running, on a pitch of 45 degrees. A contributing factor was the intersection 
of a cross heading in this area. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

When final robbing takes place, the working face should be accessible from the outside 
breast, so that the workmen can approach their working place in a safe manner. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

Responsibility for this accident must be charged to the hazards of the industry. 




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352 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

J. M. Hovanic, Mine Inspector 

John Jurcevich, Electrical Inspector, Assisting 8th Bituminous District 

At approximately 12:10 P.M., on February 9, 1972, a 1st class repairman, 56 years 
of age, married, no children under 18 years of age, and having had 35 years experience in the 
mines, 12 years at this occupation, was fatally injured while making repairs on a tram chain 
tension spring bolt alongside of a 60" raw coal belt line. The accident occurred at the Vesta 
No. 5 Cleaning Plant of the Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The Preparation Plant starts to work at 8:00 A.M., and the routine work was progressing 
throughout the Plant until approximately 11:30 A.M. when the tram chain of a tripper feeder 
along the 1 27 belt broke off the 1 29 tripper feeder. The victim and his buddy made temporary 
repairs with tackle blocks. At 11:55 A.M., the Plant shuts down for lunch period. 

The victim was sent by his buddy to get a tension spring bolt and, after returning 
with same, was telling his buddy that the bolt might be too long. The victim was standing 
on top of the belt line, and it suddenly started to move and drug him over the drive boom 
and drive framework into a chute and into the coal bin. 

The investigation showed that the belt drive was stopped by using a 3/4" by 2" long 
bolt blocking a jogging stop switch, and the power cutoff switch along this jogging spring switch 
was not used nor was the power shut off at the main breaker house as is the normal procedure. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the moving 60" raw coal belt line pulling the victim over 
drive of this belt line and space of the framework that was 8" above the belt drive to the chute 
and to the coal bin. If the victim had been standing at the work area alongside of the belt 
line, where his buddy was standing, he would not have been injured when the belt suddenly 
started. The primary cause was the victim standing on the belt line and not taking the proper 
precaution to see that the power to the belt drive was cut off at the breaker house and that 
#the switch was locked open with a padlock provided by management for this purpose. When 
a switch is locked out, the key is to be kept on the repairman's person until the job is completed. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident could be prevented by having notices posted of procedures to follow 
when repairs are being made, such as: 

1. Power to work area should be locked out with a padlock, and the key kept on 
person making the repairs until the job is completed; 

2. A Safety Meeting held on each shift to make sure the instructions are understood; 

3. Be sure the person making the repairs enters a record of the repairs, the time 
and his name into the log book. 

These instructions may make the employes more conscious of their responsibility while 
working on and around moving belts or equipment. 

No conclusion could be made as to why a bolt was used to hold open a spring jogging 
switch, why the adjacent cutoff switch, only inches away, was not used, why the victim was 
on the belt line, or why the bolt fell out of the jogging stop switch. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim inasmuch as he was 
standing on the belt when it suddenly started and not in the area of the place where the work 
was to be done along the belt line. 



Sketch Of Fatal Transportation Accident 

MATHIES — MATHIES COAL COMPANY 

February 16, 1972 - 6th Bituminous District 

Joseph Reggianni, Mine Inspector 

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Joseph Reggianni, Mine Inspector 

Edward Urbany, Assisting 6th Bituminous District 

On February 16, 1972, at approximately 6:15 A.M., a brakeman, 61 years of age, having 
no children under 18 years of age, and having had 29 years experience in the mines, 10 months 
at this occupation, was fatally injured when squeezed between wagons and locomotive in the 
Mathies Mine of the Mathies Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

A 14-wagon empty trip had been placed on the 8 Butt Left empty track by another 
motor crew. This left two wagons protruding onto the 20 Face Entry main line with the switch 
aligned for the 8 Butt Left empty track. 

The motorman and the victim, who were in 10 Butt Left-20 Face preparing to pull 
13 loads, were contacted to go help the other motor crew put wagons on the track. The victim 
and his buddy proceeded to the mouth of 10 Butt Left with the loaded trip and were then 
contacted that their assistance was no longer needed. 

The motorman said that as he started the loaded trip onto the 20 Face main line he 
saw that his buddy was walking alongside of the loaded trip three wagons back from the tandom 
locomotive. When questioned, the motorman said that he did not see his buddy after this until 
the accident occurred. 

The loaded trip proceeded down the 20 Face Entry main line for 700' where it entered 
the 8 Butt Left empty track rear end of the empty trip, causing the tandom locomotive to 
jackknife around throwing the victim, who apparently was on the locomotive, against the rib 
and decapitating him. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the victim placing himself in a precarious position between 
the wagons and the locomotive, improper alignment of main line switches without indicators 
showing direction switch is thrown, the bad practice of letting wagons protrude onto main line 
haulageways unattended and poor communication between motor crews. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident may be prevented when wagons are placed in sidetracks so that they 
do not protrude onto the main line and switches should be thrown for the straight; switches 
should be provided with indicators; the brakeman should not ride between wagons and locomotive; 
and better communications should be maintained between the motor crews and dispatcher. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident shall be placed on the victim, his buddy and 
management. The victim for placing himself in a precarious position, his buddy for condoning 
bad practices and management because of their failure to enforce the Company's Safety Rules 
regarding transportation. 



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T.L.S. NO. 2 MINE - T.L.S. COAL COMPANY 

February 16, 1972 — 22nd Bituminous District 

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Michael Phillips, Mine Inspector 22nd Bituminous District 

John Pringle, Electrical Inspector, Assisting 

On February 16, 1972, at approximately 6:30 A.M., a mine foreman, 59 years of age, 
married, the father of one child under 18 years of age, and having had 40 years experience 
in the mines, and one year as a Mine Examiner, was fatally injured when struck by a chain 
conveyor boom while riding a locomotive in the No. 2 Mine of the TLS Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim went up 8 Left heading on a 13-ton locomotive to make a pre-shift 
examination of the mine and #13 room off to the left of 8 Left heading where a chain conveyor 
discharge point was set for loading coal into mine cars. When the victim did not return to the 
surface to report the condition of the mine, one of the employes went into the mine to see 
what was the problem. The victim was found slumped over in the cab of the locomotive with 
his head resting on the controller. 

From all indications the locomotive, with the victim in the cab, traveled under the 
boom and pulled it off the cribbing it was setting on and came to a stop 78' beyond the boom. 
The trolley wire was dead ended 65' inby the boom. The boom was set 36" high off the left 
rail and extended 15" over the left rail toward the center of heading to facilitate the dumping 
into the mine cars. The locomotive also being 36" high is the reason the boom was pulled 
off the cribbing, causing the crushing injuries. It was reported by one of the employes who 
assisted in recovering the victim that the controller was found to be on the "off" position 
and the reverse lever was on "parallel" position. The 8 Left heading at this point was on the 
upgrade 3 to 5 percent. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

Inasmuch as there were no defects found on the locomotive and there being no eye 
witnesses to the accident, the reason is unknown why the locomotive did not stop before reaching 
the boom. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident may be prevented by dead-ending the trolley wire no less than 60' 
outby the boom when the place is on the upgrade and to the dip, and a runaway safety switch 
should be installed no less than 60' outby the boom. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim inasmuch as there 
were no mechanical defects found on the locomotive and he was familiar with the place on 
the upgrade at this location and with the conveyor discharge point being there. There were 
no eye witnesses to this accident. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

KELLYTOWN MINE — DORAL COAL CORPORATION , 

February 23, 1972 - 17th Bituminous District 

P. B. Gaddis, Mine Inspector 

R. J. Emigh, Mine Inspector, Assisting 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



P. B. Gaddis. Mine Inspector 17th Bituminous District 

R. J. Emigh. Mine Inspector. Assisting 

At approximately 3:55 P.M. on February 23, 1972. an assistant mine foreman. 53 years 
married, the father of six children under 18 years of age. and having had 20 years experience 
in the mines. 17 years at this occupation, was fatally injured by a roof fall in the Kelly town 
Mine of the Doral Coal Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

On the day of the accident the assistant mine foreman, victim, had left the Face area 
and. it is assumed, was on his way to the outside as it was near quitting time. He crawled 
to the intersection and. it is also assumed, detected the sound of the timbers across the inby 
side of the intersection or the roof cracking. He stopped to make an investigation and was 
caught in a sudden collapse of the intersection. He was caught by a piece of rock, 4' x 4'8" 
x 16" or approximately 2 tons. 

There was no eye witness to the fall, but the 506 operator inby heard the fall and 
notified the mine foreman. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by a sudden collapse of rock roof that had been passed under 
all day by the workmen and examined by the mine foreman and the assistant mine foreman, 
victim. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident may be prevented by setting crossbars in the intersection if the roof 
is known to be in bad condition. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be charged to the hazards of the industry 
as the victim was experienced and considered to be a safety conscious man. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Transportation Accident 

DECKER NO. 5 — POWELL COAL COMPANY 

February 29, 1972 — 10th Bituminous District 

C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 



360 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 10th Bituminous District 

At approximately 2:30 P.M., February 29, 1972, a tipple man, 58 years of age, married, 
no children under 18 years of age, and having had 25 years mining experience, two years at 
this occupation, was seriously injured when pinned between derailed cars and the tipple at the 
Decker No. 5 Mine of the Powell Coal Company. The victim died on March 9, 1972. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The motor crew placed a trip of 24 cars under the loading boom at the belt head. 
The boom man placed three skids under the First three cars of the trip and the motorman, victim, 
then proceeded down the heading to the supply switch. He threw the switch and pushed the 
mantrip car out onto the straight track and coupled it to the motor. At this point, he failed 
to throw the switch back for the straight track; then pulled the empty mantrip car down the 
heading past the hoist; put a skid under the empty car and left it sit. He then proceeded with 
the motor down the heading past the sidetrack switch, got off the motor, coupled the motor 
to the back end of the loaded trip and, at this point, failed to place the derail device on the 
track. 

The two motormen proceeded to the outside with the loaded trip and began to dump 
it off. When they had the trip almost dumped off, the victim went to the empty track to 
finish coupling together the empty trip. At this moment, a runaway trip from the inside hit 
the motor and empty trip. The victim, evidently, tried to run but the cars derailed and pinned 
him against the side of the tipple. The mantrip car with a skid under it that was parked outby 
the open switch did not leave the track, but remained in place until the trip wrecked outside. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the failure of the victim to throw the sidetrack switch 
for the straight track, thereby causing the skids to fall off the rail at the latch point and causing 
the trip to runaway. Having failed to place the derail device outby the open switch, the trip 
continued in to the outside where it wrecked. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident may be prevented by using the safety devices that are provided and 
by installing additional derail switches. Motor crews should be instructed each day by the foreman 
as to the importance of using defail switches and safety devices. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The management and victim must share the responsibility for this accident. The 
management for failure to make certain that the derail devices were in use, and the victim for 
failing to throw the sidetrack switch that caused the skids to fall out and to place the derail 
device. 



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S. A. Fredrick, Mine Inspector 7th Bituminous District 

Joseph Reggianni, Mine Inspector, Assisting 

On March 8, 1972, at approximately 1 1 :45 A.M., a brakeman, 61 years of age, married, 
having no children under 18 years of age, and having had 35 years experience in the mines, 
20 years at this occupation, was injured fatally when he was squeezed between mine cars and 
a 27-ton locomotive in the Somerset No. 60 Mine of Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and his buddy were pulling empty mine cars with a 12-foot steel rope, 
with hooks on both ends of the rope, 38 empties were on one track and the 27-ton locomotive 
was on the other track with a clearance between double track of 61-1/2". The victim attempted 
to unhook the rope from the mine cars; and being unable to do so, stepped over the rope placing 
himself between the mine cars and the locomotive. The rope was still hooked to the mine car 
as they passed up the locomotive which had come to a complete stop, causing two mine cars 
to be pulled off the track and squeezing the victim between the mine cars and the 27-ton 
locomotive. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the victim placing himself in a dangerous and unsafe 
position. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident the empty trip should be split at the first switch below 
the rotary dump and the car haul should pull the trip back to clear the locomotive to couple 
on to the empty trip. The locomotive should push the empty trip down to clear the second 
switch for clearance back into the mine. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The victim is responsible for this accident because he placed himself in a dangerous 
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S. A. Fredrick, Mine Inspector 7th Bituminous District 

At approximately 8:20 P.M., on March 29, 1972, a car dropper, 56 years of age, married, 
no children under 18 years of age, and having had 38 years experience in the mines, 16 months 
at this occupation, was fatally injured when he was crushed between railroad cars. The accident 
occurred at the Ellsworth No. 51 Mine of Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was riding the platform on the front railroad car of a three railroad car 
trip. As the victim approached the eleven loaded parked cars that were parked on a slight curve, 
the couplers did not align causing the railroad cars to derail, pinning the victim between the 
railroad cars. The Company's Safety Rules permit the dropping of two loaded railroad cars at 
a time, but the victim violated the rule when he dropped three loaded railroad cars. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The cause of this accident is unknown since there were no eye witnesses. The three 
railroad cars were traveling at a very slow speed because there was no shifting of coal in the 
railroad cars. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident may be prevented if the management will see that all employes comply 
with the Company's Safety Rules, that good lighting is provided along the loaded and empty 
tracks and have the railroad tracks kept in good repair at all times. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by management and the victim. 
The victim for failing to comply with the Company's Safety Rules, and management for failing 
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J. M. Muchnok, Mine Inspector 13th Bituminous District 

Eno Chellini, Assisting 

On April 15. 1972. at 12:15 p.m., a shuttle car operator. 55 years of age. married, 
the father of two children under 18 years of age, and having 31 years experience in the mines, 
15 years at this occupation, was fatally injured by a rib fall of coal and slate in the Isabella 
Mine, National Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The shuttle car operator was killed instantly when a rib section sheared off the side 
on which the operator was working and crushed his head against the side of the shuttle car. 
The machine was moved into the place at about 12:05 p.m. and the place examined by both 
the froeman and the miner operator. The miner operator stated that the place was normal, 
except that the draw slate was ragged about 20 feet back from the face. The foreman stated 
that the place was normal and the machine was ready to operate. The first car was being loaded 
and was about three-quarters full when the foreman, who at this time was standing along side 
theoperator, felt some spall hit his feet, looked back and saw the victim slumped against the 
frame of the car leaning inby the face area. The operator looked back and saw what happened 
and stopped the machine. They noted the victim s head and the foreman went immediately 
for help and a stretcher. The operator removed some rock from the lap of the victim and pulled 
him free. The victim was placed on a stretcher and removed to the surface where he was 
pronounced dead by the coroner. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The accident was caused by a rib fall 32 feet long by 8 feet 9 inches high and about 
3 feet thick which was not spragged as is usually done in pillar work where the draw slate is 
exposed. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident, all pillar workings shall have the sides spragged with 
side post and lagging on at least four foot centers, and any other mining areas where spalling 
is evident, and where short blocks are split in advance work in mining old areas. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident rests with management in that the area was not 
properly side posted to protect employes and equipment from falls of coal rib. 



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MATHIES MINE — MATHIES COAL COMPANY 

May 15, 1972 - 6th Bituminous District 

Joseph Reggianni, Mine Inspector 

A. S. Gillingham, Assisting 



368 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Joseph Reggianni, Mine Inspector 6th Bituminous District 

A. Gillingham, Assisting 

On May 15, 1972, at 6:15 p.m., a C-Miner Operator, 54 years of age, married, and 
having 25 years experience in the mines, 3 years at this occupation, was fatally injured by a 
roof fall in the Mathies Mine, Mathies Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The fall occurred in the No. 7 Entry - 8 Butt - 18 Face. The victim was recovered 
at 5:30 a.m. on May 16, 1972. He had sustained crushing injuries to the entire body. 

The midnight shift had completed mining the back side of both No. 7 and No. 8 blocks, 
the gob side lift off No. 7 block, and mined a lift through to the back of No. 8 block from 
the No. 8 crosscut. This left a small stump to be mined from the No. 8 crosscut and the two 
front stumps to be mined off of the No. 7 entry. The section was idle on the day shift. The 
afternoon shift crew arrived on the section at approximately 4:20 p.m., and they mined 1 1 shuttle 
cars out of the stump off the No. 8 crosscut. They then timbered the No. 8 crosscut and 
mined 4 shuttle cars from the No. 7 stump. The Miner then moved to the No. 8 stump and 
was mining the third shuttle car of coal when the roof suddenly collapsed without warning. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

From the testimony given by the witnesses during the investigation and the physical 
appearance of Twin Mining in the fall area, it was evident that the fall started from the solid 
side, from the barrier of No. 8 block through the No. 8 crosscut and the intersection of the 
No. 7 Entry. When the C-Miner was recovered, it was noted that the cutter head was in the 
top position and the pocket where the C-Miner was located had not fallen. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident, the system of Twin Mining shall be discontinued and 
a single block system of retreat mining used only. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

Responsibility shall be placed on management for using a system of mining (Twin Mining) 
that should be used only for extreme conditions, and then extra precaution should be taken. 




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GATEWAY MINE — GATEWAY COAL COMPANY 

May 23, 1972 — 26th Bituminous District 

A. M. Pawl os ky, Mine Inspector 

J. M. Hovanic, Assisting 

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370 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

A. M, Pawlosky, Mine Inspector 26th Bituminous District 

J. M. Hovanic, Assisting 
J. M. Jurcevich, Assisting 

On May 23, 1972, at 2:55 p.m., a general worker, 61 years of age, divorced, and having 
35 years experience in the Bituminous coal mines, 16 years at this occupation, was fatally injured 
when caught in a belt drive while trying to put rock dust on the belt between the drive and 
the drive-snub pulleys at Gateway Mine, Gateway Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was found lying on his back beside the belt drive, which is located at 4 
butt, 3 face, by two other belt maintenance men who immediately shut the belt down, summoned 
help, and administered first-aid. The victim did not respond to first-aid in any way with the 
exception of a faint gurgle, according to one of the men. 

Since there were no eye-witnesses to the actual accident, and from the evidence gathered, 
it is the opinion of the District Mine Inspector, as well as the opinion of the investigating 
committee, that the victim was evidently applying, or trying to apply, rock dust between the 
roller of the drive and the drive-snub pulleys in order to stop the belt from slipping, when he 
was caught and fatally crushed on the left side of the body by the drive-snub pulley. The substitute 
foreman had made a visit in the area where the victim had been working at 1 :05 p.m. The 
head belt maintenance man had visited the victim about 2:35 p.m., and said that he had found 
the victim throwing rock dust on the belt. He was later found fatally injured on the motor 
side of the drive by the two other belt maintenance men. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was trying to apply or throw rock dust between the drive and the drive-snub 
pulleys. This is the wrong location from which to apply any type of belt dressing when there 
is belt slippage. Had the victim remained on the opposite side of the drive, where he was when 
the belt maintenance foreman saw him applying the rock dust approximately 20 minutes previous 
to the accident, this accident would not have occurred. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

An accident of this type could possibly be avoided by a program being set up for 
good preventive maintenance, such as checking for over-extended belts, overloaded belts, poor 
belt alignment, loose belts, belts running too wet or too dry, belt take-up exhausted, automatic 
controls not operating properly, protective guards installed where deemed necessary, proper 
installation inspections, and by all workmen around belts using good, sound judgment while doing 
their specific work. The workmen should also report without delay, any abnormal condition 
to the foreman in charge as in this case where the belt was slipping. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the management as well as by 
the victim. The management should constantly remind the workman of unsafe practices and 
instruct them how to perform their work properly and safely. Guards for protection and visual 
safety aids (Danger signs, Warning signs, etc.,) should also be placed at locations where there 
is even a remote possibility of workmen being injured through lack of sound judgment or 
carelessness. The workmen should strictly comply with all safety rules and practices. 



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C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 10th Bituminous District 

On May 26, 1972, at 12:30 a.m., a laborer, 53 years of age, married, and having 10 
years experience in the mines, 2 years at this occupation, was fatally injured when electrocuted 
in the Emilie 1-2 Mine. Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

Three men were placed at the 3 South 1 Left belt head to clean up a spill caused 
by a broken chute. Two mechanics were also placed there to repair the chute. The night foreman 
left the area at approximately 11:05 p.m. and instructed the men to stay on the job until it 
was completed. 

The man-trip left the inby section at approximately 1 1 :40 p.m. The mechanics then 
brought in a resistance type electric welder which was placed in the center of the track and 
put into service. The men worked at their jobs until the next shift man-trip arrived at 
approximately 12:20 a.m., at which time the welder was disconnected from the trolley wire and 
moved to a position between the track and the belt in order to allow the man-trip to pass. 
After the man-trip passed, the welder was energized but left sitting between the track and the 
belt. The mechanic then used the welder for approximately ten minutes. At this time the heat 
from the welder heated (200 psi) a plastic fresh water line and caused it to rupture. When 
the water line broke, the water was discharged onto the hot coils of the welder which, in turn, 
filled the area with steam and cut off visibility in the area. From this moment the witnesses 
were unable to give an accurate description of what took place. 

The investigating committee is of the opinion that when the water and steam hit the 
victim, who was standing directly in line with the force of the water and steam, he was unable 
to see, and in his effort to get away from it, he came in contact with an energized connection 
on the welder, fell down and was electrocuted. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The accident was caused by a ruptured plastic high pressure water line weakened by 
heat from a resistance type electric welder that had been placed too close to the line. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident may be prevented by guarding all terminal on the welder; being 
more careful in handling and placing the welder for use; and by having all persons remain clear 
of the welder when in use. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility lies with the victim for placing himself in a precarious position, and 
with others for failure to disconnect power and move welder immediately when rock dust bags 
were getting hot. The company is also responsible for failing to see that work was done in 
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DELMONT MINE — EASTERN ASSOCIATED COAL CORPORATION 

July 26, 1972 — 12th Bituminous District 

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374 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

J. J. Hunter. Mine Inspector 12th Bituminous District 

On July 26, 1972, at approximately 8:00 a.m., a general laborer, 48 years of age, 
married, two children under 18 years of age, and having 4 months experience in the Bituminous 
coal mines, 4 months at this occupation, was fatally injured when a flat supply car ran over 
him at the Delmont Mine, Eastern Associated Coal Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

On the morning of July 26, 1972, the victim started to work at 7:00 a.m. The victim 
and a buddy were riding on the front car of two flat supply cars that were loaded with lime. 
There was a space provided on the back end of the flat car on the clearance side for the victim 
and also a space provided on the front end of the flat car on the clearance side for his buddy. 
At approximately 1000 feet on the Main Dip, inby Mains, there had been 6 new timbers installed 
on the afternoon shift of July 25, 1972. One of the new timbers was about two inches lower 
than the old timbers. As the supply car approached the lower of the 6 new timbers, the victim's 
buddy noticed that his lunch bucket, that was on top of the motor, had just cleared the timbers. 
His buddy called to the motorman to stop, noticing also that the new, low timber was catching 
the bags of lime. When the motor was stopped, the motorman and the victim's buddy saw that 
the victim was under the right front end of the second flat car. Since the victim was sitting 
on the back end of the front flat car, they could not see what had actually happened: it is 
assumed that the victim saw what was happening and tried to get off of the flat car and slipped 
and fell in between the two flat cars when the second flat car ran over him. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The fact that one of the new timbers was about 2 inches lower than the other timbers. 

Also, because the provisions that were provided for the trip-rider should have been 
built in, not that of a make-shift type. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident, only trip-rider and/or snapper shall ride or be permitted 
to ride on any supply car and then, only after safe seating facilities are built into or on the 
supply car disregarding the make-shift type. 

Also, supplies shall NOT be loaded higher than the highest verticle projection of supply 
cars nor higher than the verticle clearance permits on the entire track haulage system that is 
underground. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident is placed on the operation's supervisory personnel, 
inasmuch as the provisions that were provided for trip-rider and snapper were improvised, rather 
than to have been built into or on, and the fact that they were not built substantially. 



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LUCERNE NO. 6 MINE — HELVETIA COAL COMPANY 
August 16, 1972 — 25th Bituminous District 
A. M. Williams, Mine Inspector 
L. K. Kimmel, Investigating 



376 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

A. M. Williams, Mine Inspector 25th Bituminous District 

L. D. Kimmel, Investigating 

On August 16, 1972, at approximately 1:30 a.m., a shuttle car operator, 59 years of 
age, married, and having 38 years experience in the Bituminous coal mines, 7 years experience 
at this occupation, was fatally injured when he hit his head on the plank bar while making a 
run through check of the West Mains, Lucerne No. 6 Mine, Helvetia Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was fatally injured while traveling through a cut-through from the #2 Entry 
to the #3 Entry of West Mains. At the time of the accident, he had started a run through 
check which was suspended from a 3" x 6" x 16 1/2' plank bar, where the overhead clearance 
on his side was greatly reduced as a result of the top coal being left up and the plank bar 
bolted to it. From the position of the shuttle car and the evidence of the restricted overhead 
clearance, it is assumed that while attempting to pass through the check he hit his head on 
the bar; resulting in a broken neck and a severed spinal cord. Since there were no witnesses 
to the accident, this opinion is only assumed from the evidence from the scene of the accident. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of inadequate overhead clearance being provided for the 
safe operation of equipment. The fact that it was necessary to travel through a run through 
check also contibuted to the accident, in as much as it obstructed his vision. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by providing adequate overhead and side clearance 
in all areas where machinery must be operated, and by providing a uniform height as near as 
practical to accomodate both standard and off standard equipment. This can be done by cutting 
the top rock or bottom rock, and in areas where the overhead clearance has been reduced suddenly, 
suitable warnings devices of lights, reflectors, or other means easily visible to be provided. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident rests first with management for permitting the plank 
bar to be bolted to the top coal instead of first cutting it down to provide adeqyate overhead 
clearance. The victim was also responsible for hauling through an area in which he had to lean 
out of the cab of the car in order to prevent being caught between the roof and car. Management 
could also further reduce the hazard of running through checks by eliminating them by changing 
their cycle of mining to accomodate positive ventilation rather than the use of check curtains. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Transportation Accident 

SHANNOPIN MINE - JONES & LAUGHLIN STEEL CORPORATION 

September lU, 1972 - 13th Bituminous District 

J. M. Muchnok, Mine Inspector 



378 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

J. M. Muchnok, Mine Inspector 13th Bituminous District 

On September 14, 1972, at approximately 12:40 p.m., a general utilityman, engaged 
as a motorman at the time of the accident, 54 years of age, married, one child under the age 
of 18, and having 33 years experience in the Bituminous coal mines, 16 years experience as 
a haulage motorman, was injured when a bridge bar struck the victim in the chest at the Shannopin 
Mine, Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation. 

On September 17, 1972, the victim died as a result of the injury. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was fatally injured while pulling nine (9) loads from the section when he 
came to 17 Room where at a curve, joint, and slight dip, the motor left the track taking out 
posts under beams and a bridge bar. The victim was struck from the front with a bridge bar 
in the chest, causing seven fractured ribs on the left side and six fractured ribs on the right 
side. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the haulage motor being trucked recently and, as evidence 
showed, the front set of trucks had the journals too tight for good operation, as shown by the 
cuttings on the journal wearing strips. 

Also, the track joint where the motor left the rails showed wear due to track alignment. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by keeping the journals free with proper maintenance 
and greasing the journals daily until they have been worn in. 

Also, the curve at this point should have been elevated to provide the forces exacted 
on curves by moving equipment. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident rests first with the management who should have 
alleviated the tight journal situation. 

Secondly, with the victim who should have inspected his motor and oiled the journals, 
which is a part of preventive maintenance of any motorman. 



379 



Sketch Of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

CONEMAUGH NO. 1 — THE NORTH AMERICAN COAL CORPORATION 

September 15, 1972 — 16th Bituminous District 

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L. D. Kimmel, Mine Inspector 16th Bituminous District 

Lawrence Jones, Investigating 
A. E. Valeri, Investigating 

On September 15, 1972, at approximately 6:00 p.m., a mechanic, 37 years of age, 
married, having three children under the age of 18, and having 2 1/2 years experience in the 
Bituminous coal mines, 1 year at this occupation, was fatally injured by a fall of rock in the 
Conemaugh No. 1 Mine, North American Coal Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The men entered the mine at 4:00 P.M. and arrived in the section at about 4:30 P.M. 
The crew consisted of five workmen and an assistant foreman. The mining machine operator 
examined the working place and had loaded one shuttle car of coal when the assistant foreman 
came into the working place and made his examination. 

The roof was found to be solid during both examinations. The assistant foreman left 
to examine the rest of the section. After loading several shuttle cars, the machine operator 
examined the roof and found it loose on the left side and center of the working place. The 
mining machine was pulled back and the loose rock was cut to take it down. The machine 
was moved back to the right side of the place and after mining a short distance they cut into 
a crosscut that had been driven from No. 6 Entry toward No. 8 Entry. 

The machine was pulled back and posts were set along the right side of the place. 
After mining into the crosscut on the left side, the operator was loading the last shuttle car 
when the helper removed five (5) posts on the right side of the place to make preparations 
for starting mining in the crosscut to the right. This left a distance of approximately thirty-eight 
(38) feet along the right side without any roof supports. 

The helper then went to No. 6 Entry to put up a canvas check. Before the shuttle 
car was loaded the roof fell from the tail of the Miner to the boom of the shuttle car and 
caught the mechanic and the shuttle car operaator. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the removal of the posts on the right side of the working 
place before the machine was pulled back and by men working inby the last roof support. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by strict compliance to the existing roof control 
plan, and by strict compliance to the Bituminous Coal Mining Laws of Pennsylvania. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident rests entirely with the workmen on this crew for 
removing roof supports prematurely, resulting in their working inby the last roof supports. 



381 



Sketch Of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

ROBENA NO. 3 - UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION 

November LU, 1972 — 3rd Bituminous District 

P. H. Hyatt, Mine Inspector 

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P. H. Hyatt - Mine Inspector 3rd Bituminous District 

E. C. Urbany - Assisting 

On November 14, 1972, at approximately 10:55 P.M., a continuous miner helper, 62 
years of age, widower, having no children under the age of 18, and having 29 years of experience 
in the mines, 27 years at this occupation, was fatally injured by a roof fall in Robena #3, United 
States Steel Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

On the day of the accident, the foreman and the crew entered the mine at 4:00 P.M., 
went to 4 Main Butts Left - 4 Room Section and started work as usual. A lift was being driven 
from No. 1 Room toward the gob area. The miner operator was cutting the second pass. The 
section is normally supported with roof bolts and post; many bolts and post are on less than 
four (4) foot centers. The miner operator and the victim had finished cutting the second pass 
through 1 Room pillar split. The victim's buddy backed the 48 Lee-Norse miner out of the 
second pass. His buddy stated he sounded the roof; also, the foreman sounded. The roof was 
reported as being supposedly safe. 

The victim and his buddy were in the process of preparing to mine a block of coal 
between the first and second pass mined; the two men were carrying a heavy roof jack into 
the place to be installed. A piece of roof coal fell without warning. The area of the roof 
coal that fell was nine (9) feet by 19 inches by 27 inches tapered to a feathered edge. The 
coal knocked the injured to the mine floor. Also, the piece of roof coal hit the victim s buddy 
and knocked him down. The victim's buddy stated he didn't see the fall coming due to being 
bent over in a duck walk position carrying the jack. Death was instant at approximately 
10:55 P.M. The doctor pronounced the victim dead on the surface. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The cause of the accident was the sudden collapse of a large piece of roof coal which 
was exposed when the coal was mined from under the effected area. The witnesses testified 
that there was no sign of life when the victim was freed from under the fall of roof coal. The 
victim was placed on stretchers and the foreman administered artificial respiration until the victim 
was pronounced dead by the doctor. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

When mining fender lifts no workmen will be permitted to proceed beyond permanent 
roof support to set jacks or post. 

Management shall put on a crash program to properly instruct men how to work in 
a safe manner and how to install roof supports. 

Management shall instruct men how to properly sound the roof and shall be under 
close supervision. In the future, management has been instructed not to mine wedge stumps 
in pillar lifts. Also, strict compliance of the mining of coal under supported roof as required 
by law. 

Men shall properly position themselves when setting jacks or post so as to always be 
in a safe position. 

When the planned thickness of the last cut is mined, it shall not be more than twelve 
(12) feet. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the Foreman, the Victim and 
his buddy for their error in judgment in not properly evaluating the roof conditions existing 
in the working place and thereby exposing themselves to a hazardous situation. 



383 



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Sketch Of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

MINE NO. 73 — BETHIEHEM MINES CORPORATION 

December U, 1972 — 21st Bituminous District 

E. H. Pauley, Mine Inspector 



384 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

E. H. Pauley, Mine Inspector 21st Bituminous District 

On December 4, 1972, at approximately 9:50 P.M., two workmen, one a miner operator, 
47 years of age, married, the father to two children under 18 years of age, and having had 
29 years experience in the bituminous coal mines, and the other his helper, 59 years of age, 
married, and having had 41 years experience in the bituminous coal mines, were fatally injured 
by a fall of roof in the No. 73 Mine of the Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The crew entered the mine at 4:00 P.M. and arrived on the Section at 4:45 P.M. After 
driving a crosscut from #6 Room to #5 Room, the Lee-Norse Miner was moved out of the 
crosscut and into the #6 Room. The box cut, which had been started by the previous shift, 
was completed to a distance of 20 feet. The box cut was timbered and the canvas advanced; 
the open cut was then started. 

When the open cut had been advanced to within two feet of the face of the box cut, 
a sudden collapse of a large slab of rock, 27 feet long, 6 1/2 feet wide and from 32 1/2 inches 
to 54 inches thick, fell on the miner operator and his helper, killing them both. 

The only witness to the accident was the shuttle car operator. He stated that he was 
facing inby seated on the shuttle car which was loaded. He signaled the operator to stop the 
miner when he heard a thump as if the miner had hit the bottom. The miner kept on running 
and no coal coming over the tail of the miner. He ran around the discharge end of the shuttle 
car and saw the slab of rock on top of the C-Miner and the victims. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was a result of a sudden collapse of a large slab of rock. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by placing roof bolts or crossbars on four-foot 
centers to within four feet of the face at all times. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the failure of the mine official 
and the workmen to properly evaluate the roof. 



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GROVE MINE - G. M. &.W. COAL COMPANY, INC. 

December 8, 1972 — 23rd Bituminous District] 

W. R. Reynolds, Mine Inspector 



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386 REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Wayne R. Reynolds, Mine Inspector 23rd Bituminous District 

On December 8, 1972, at approximately 6:05 p.m., a shuttle car operator, 19 years 
of age, single, and having five months experience in the bituminous coal mines, was injured by 
a fall of rock in the Groves No. 1 Mine, G. M. & W. Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The crew entered the mine on the 3:00 p.m. shift and started to mine coal on the 
left side of a crosscut at about 4:00 p.m. They loaded about seven shuttle cars when the hydraulic 
oil was brought into the section. The Miner was pulled back and the hydraulic oil was put 
into the Lee-Norse Miner. 

At about 5:20 p. m., they moved back into the lift on the left to finish it. They 
moved out of this box cut and set three posts in the lift and proceeded to mine the lift on 
the right side of the crosscut. After advancing to the face of the box cut, the Miner was pulled 
back outby the entrance to the crosscut. 

The crew was in the act of setting posts on the right side when the operator noticed 
the roof begin to dribble. He told the crew to get to the rib. The victim started to run out 
of the place and ran into the rock as it was falling. He received a broken neck and internal 
injuries. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The accident was the result of failure to evaluate the existing roof condition and by 
using poor judgment in placing temporary roof supports. 

Also, by mining the entire depth of a lift when pronounced slips were known to exist. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by mining only enough coal to permit additional 
roof supports to be installed when slips or known unusual conditions in the roof are encountered. 

Also, by more thorough evaluation of the existing roof condition and setting temporary 
supports under the known bad roof area until permanent roof supports are installed. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the officials and workmen for 
their failure to properly evaluate the roof condition. 



ANTHRACITE 
REGION 

STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



COMMDNWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



389 



ANTHRACITE 
Production, Employes, Fatalities, 1870 to 1972 



Year 



Washery 
Production and Bank Stripping 

(Net Tons) Production* Production* 



Employes 







Fatal- 








ities 








Per 


No. of 




Produc- 


1,000,000 


Mine 




tion 


Tons 


In- 


Fatal- 


per 


Pro- 


spec- 


ities 


fatality 


duced 


tors 


# 


# 


# 


# 


211 


67,166 


LU.89 


5 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


223 


69,811 


H*. 32 


5 


261* 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


19l4 


127,1*60 


7.85 


6 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


262 


118,1*60 


8.1*1* 


6 


202 


138,1*88 


7.22 


6 


273 


125,281* 


7.98 


7 


295 


118,839 


8.1*1 


6 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


332 


109, 81*6 


9.10 


6 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


316 


133, 1*06 


7.50 


7 


361* 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


378 


110,011 


8.1*0 


7 


1*28 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1*18 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1*56 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


W> 


111*, 276 


8.75 


8 


1*21 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


5C2 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1*23 


121*, 305 


8.01* 


8 


1*11 


129,1*98 


7.78 


8 


l*6l 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


101 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


518 


11*5,237 


6.89 


15 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


61*1* 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


557 


129,511* 


7.72 


19 


708 


121,51*9 


8.23 


20 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


567 


11*1,1*88 


7.07 


20 


601 


139,21*1 


7.18 


20 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


601 


11*0,1*77 


7.12 


21 


621* 


11*6,838 


6.81 


21 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


565 


155,186 


6.UU 


25 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


556 


178,859 


S.S9 


25 


636 


138,110 


7.21* 


25 


1*90 


182,931 


5.1*7 


25 


51*6 


165,1*92 


6.01* 


25 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1*96 


175,963 


5.68 


22 


l*oi 


152,953 


S.$h 


18 


htt 


181*, 31*0 


5.1*2 


18 


1*92 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


1*1*7 


166,781* 


6.00 


25 


1*83 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


hhh 


151*, 902 


6.1*6 


25 


381, 


153,91*6 


6.50 


25 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 

1871* 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1881* 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1891* 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1901* 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1911* 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1921* 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 



ll*, 172,001* 
15,532,252 
15,567,973 
21,001,521 
19,930,21x0 
23,1*02,61*6 
23,1*1*0,666 
21*, 727, 213 
20,900,966 
31,036,600 
27, 971*, 53 2 
31*, 202, 558 
35,057,1*30 
37,71*7,369 
36,1*68,738 
38,232,155 
38,950,932 
1*2,156,300 
1*6,635,037 
1*3, 650, 768 
1*1*,986,286 
1*9,701,322 
51,226,978 
52,81*1,110 
50,966,920 
56,91*8,756 
53,81*3,250 
52,581,036 
52,812,675 
60,518,331 
57,363,396 
67, 091*, 665 
1*1,31*0,935 
75,232,585 
73, 591*, 369 
78,61*7,020 
72,139,510 
86,056,1*12 
83,51*3,21*3 
80,223,833 
83,683,991* 
90,917,176 
81*,1*26,869 
91,626,961* 
91,189,61*1 
89,377,706 
87,680,198 
100,1*1*5,299 
99,1*1*5,791* 
87,838,021* 
89,636,036 
90,358,61*2 
53,910,201 
92,653,61*1 
87,277,1*1*9 
6l,33l*,H*5 
83, 871*, 500 
79,367,151* 
71*, 552, 312 
72,985,81*1* 
68,776,559 
59,115,387 



i 

386, 960 
386, 531* 
527,809 
732,71*3 
697,759 
1,055,1*26 
1,818,170 
2,009,861* 
2,965,792 
1*, 119, 258 
3,1*1*0,1*20 
3,897,688 
1*, 880, 1*02 
5,630,169 
1*,635,923 
5,206,562 
5,1*12,167 
1*, 555, 1*57 
1*, 317, 161 
2, 931*, 157 
2,702,537 
3,1*18,1*27 
1*, 1*32, 606 
6,1*08,277 
7,21*6,1*51* 
3,616,675 
5,1*35,697 
1,81*2,096 
2,525,1*02 
1*, 212,001 
1,11*1,796 
891*, 187 
1,365,175 
1,81*1,1*1*0 
l,6ll*,863 
878,599 
890,389 
1,1*68,572 



# 

35,600 

37,1*88 

1*1*, 71*5 

1*8,199 

53,1*02 

69,966 

70,1*71* 

66,81*2 

63,961* 

68,81*7 

73,373 

76,031 

82,200 

91,1*21 

101,073 

100,320 

103,01*1* 

106,517 

122,218 

119,61*6 

119,919 

123,308 

130,300 

138,069 

139,939 

11*3,705 

150,088 

11*9,557 

11*2,1*20 

11*0,601* 

11*3, 82U 

11*7,651 

11*8,139 

151,827 

161,330 

168,251* 

166,175 

168,771* 

171*, 503 

171,195 

168,175 

173,338 

175,098 

175,310 

180,899 

177,339 

159,169 

156,11*8 

11*8,226 

153,780 

11*9,117 

161,926 

159,880 

158,761* 

162,503 

163,825 

168,731* 

167,61*8 

160,721 

153,1*22 

151,171 

138,1*00 



390 

















Fatal- 


















ities 


















Per 


No. of 














Produc- 1 


,000,000 


Mine 






Washery 








tion 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


and Bank 


Stripping 




Fatal 


per 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons) 


Production* 


Production* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


duced 


tors 


1932 


1*9,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,51*5,91*8 


119,1*80 


21*3 


203,710 


i*.91 


21 


1933 


1*9, 507, 577 


2,090,996 


1*, 308, 811 


102,1*69 


232 


213,395 


1*.69 


21 


1931* 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


l*,l*6l,89l* 


106,251 


260 


218,1*58 


1*.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


1*, 962, 5H* 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


51*, 261*, 016 


1,1*11,988 


3,757,678 


99,701* 


21*1 


225,162 


1*.1*1* 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,011*, 052 


99,117 


212 


21*3,869 


U.10 


22 


1938 


1*6,269,511 


2,031,1*32 


5,080,31*1* 


96,998 


223 


207,1*87 


li.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,31*7,269 


5,308,01*9 


93,352 


210 


21*1*, 761 


1*.09 


21* 


191*0 


51,526,1*51* 


2,599,280 


6,010,361* 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


191*1 


53,91*2,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,91*5 


88,81*9 


189 


285,1*08 


3.50 


22 


191*2 


57,939,629 


1*, 01*5, 970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


191*3 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


191*1* 


61*, 112, 589 


10,527,1*81 


10,925,619 


78,11*5 


171 


37l*,927 


2.67 


21* 


191*5 


55,901,235 


9, 1*51*, 205 


10,521,171* 


76,265 


137 


1*08,038 


2.1*5 


23 


191*6 


61,978,710 


9,21i*,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


21* 


191*7 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


21* 


191*8 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,1*85,837 


80,390 


131 


1*51,212 


2.22 


26 


191*9 


1*1*, 710,118 


1*,823,H*1* 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


1*85,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


1*6,339,255 


1*, 027, 21*9 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


1*2, 389,055 


1*, 81*3, 831* 


11,376,379 


70,357 


9h 


1*50,927 


2.22 


25 


1952 


1*0,067,130 


k, 710,1*95 


11,019,185 


66,1*83 


92 


1*35,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,1*95,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,981* 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1951* 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


1*1*,731 


1*7 


566,219 


1.76 


21* 


1955** 


25,931*, 792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


1*32,21*7 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


1*, 336, 168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


51* 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,1*66 


h, 356, 958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


1*93,1*01 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,1*56,1*71* 


2,711,152 


7,001,1*22 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


21*, 112 


1*6 


1*27,622 


2.31* 


20 


I960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,71*3 


20, 269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,1*18,1*33 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,1*96,315 


2,829,1*21 


6,91*2,675 


H*, 70h 


26 


631*, 1*71* 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,1*11,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


H*, 323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


1961* 


16, 521*, 687 


3,013,307 


7,21*8,900 


13,581* 


21* 


688,529 


1.1*5 


22 


1965 


li*,229,8l7 


2,611,189 


5,996,536 


11,839 


8 


1,778,727 


0.56 


21 


1966 


12,031,375 


2,662,558 


5,317,1*32 


9,621 


5 


2,1*06,275 


0.1*1 


21 


1967 


11,552,1*1*1 


3,335,557 


1*, 910, 209 


7,828 


9 


1,283,605 


0.78 


21 


1968 


11,025,1*82 


3,571,862 


1*, 918,353 


6,682 


1* 


2,756,370 


0.36 


16 


1969 


10,165,805 


3,319,018 


1*, 696, 123 


6,1*61 


13 


781,985 


1.28 


16 


1970 


9,21*8,011 


2,956,707 


1*, 621*, 610 


6,286 


1* 


2,312,002 


0.1*3 


16 


1971 


8,187,961 


2,1*92,178 


U,l*5o,l*57 


5,816 


2 


1*,093,980 


0.21* 


16 


1972 


6,1*62,093 


2,072,658 


3,1*92,1*1*1* 


1*,1*31 


3 


2, 151*, 031 


0.1*7 


16 



* Included in total production 

# No accurate record previous to 1870 
No accurate record previous to I89U 
% No accurate record previous to 1932 

** In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
employing fewer than five (5) persons inside are included in this report. 



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2-7 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


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Company and Operatic 



ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE STATISTICS ** 
1972 



415 



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Average Average No. of No. of 

Total No. of Days Fatal Nonfatal 

Production Employes Worked Accidents Accidents 



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Bliss Brothers Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 35- J4 

Blue Coal Corporation 
Strip Permit No. 30-6 
Strip Permit No. 30-21 
Strip Permit No. 30-23 
Strip Permit No. 30-38 
Strip Permit No. 30-1*7 
Strip Permit No. 30-51 
Strip Permit No. 30-55 
Strip Permit No. 30-65 
Strip Permit No. 30-67 
Strip Permit No. 30-70 



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Strip Permit No. 
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Sullivan 

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a Luzerne 

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Luzerne 

30-71* Luzerne 
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Luzerne 
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Luzerne 
Luzerne 
Luzerne 
Luzerne 
Luzerne 
Luzerne 
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Carbondale Coal Co. 

Strip ^rmit No. 61*-1 Lackawanna 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 16-2 Luzerne 

Strip Permit No. 16-22 Luzerne 
Total 

Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 81-2 ) Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 8 1-3 ) Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 81-6 Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 8l-7 Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 81-8 Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 81-9 Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 81-10 b Lackawanna 

Strip Permit No. 81-12 Lackawanna 



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Lackawanna 

Lackawanna 

Sullivan 
Sullivan 
Sullivan 



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21,957 

56,938 
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96,l8l 



i*,375 

129,030 

38,892 
251 



15 



13 



209 



36 



Pasternak Brothers 

Strip Permit No. 21-2 
Raymond Colliery Co. 

Strip Permit No. 11*9-1 
S. B. P. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 11*7-1 

Strip Permit No. 11*7-2 

Strip Permit No. 11*7-3 

Total 
United States Government Project 

Strip Permit No. 21*- 2 Lackawanna 

Swoyersville Fire Project Luzerne 
Total 

District Total 



NOTE: (a) Operation completed 
(b) Backfilling 
* Employes transferred to other Strip Operations 



3 

85 

2) 
) 

6 



289 

302 
123 
302 
151 
127 
157 
27 
269 
151* 
151* 
8 
151* 
2 
282 
178 

50 
179 
76 
76 
153 
153 
153 
126 



291* 



31*3 
291* 



75 

303 
257 
11*8 
300 
31* 
27 



261* 

303 
255 



1*5,697 


8 




_ 


_ 


2,611* 

2,21*7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


J*, 86l 


- 


- 


- 


- 


850,733 


1*1*8 


271 


1 


31* 



416 



ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE STATISTICS 
1972 



Company and Operatic 



County 



Average Average No. of No. of 

Total No. of Days Fatal Nonfatal 

Production Employes Worked Accidents Accidents 



District 2 



Brook Contracting Corporation 

Strip Permit No. 86-1 

Strip Permit No. 86-2 

Strip Permit No. 86-3 

Strip Permit No. 86-1* 

Strip Permit No. 86-5 

Strip Permit No. 86-6 

Total 
Greenwood Stripping Corporation 

Strip Permit No. 33-1 

Strip Permit No. 33-1* 

Strip Permit No. 33-10 

Strip Permit No. 33-12 

Strip Permit No. 33-23 



Total 



Total 
Koneybrook Mines, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 53-6 
Huss, George 

Strip Permit No. 57-8 
Strip Permit No. 57-15 
Strip Permit No. 57-18 

Total 
Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 
J-l*l Strip Permit No. 22-8 
J-l*3 Strip Permit No. 22-8 
Strip Permit No. 22-12 

Total 
Kassa Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 1*1* -1 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 16-8 
Strip Permit No. 16-20 

Total 



Strip Permit No. 


33-26 


Strip Permit No. 


33-27 


Strip Permit No. 


33-29 


Strip Permit No. 


33-30 


Strip Permit No. 


33-31 


Gowen Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


38-1 


Strip Permit No. 


38-6 



Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Luzerne 

Schuylkill 

Luzerne 

Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Carbon 

Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Columbia 



Luzerne 

Luzerne 
Luzerne 
Luzerne 



Luzerne 
Luzerne 
Luzerne 



Carbon 



Luzerne 
Luzerne 



1,950 
7,732 

19,601 
1*52 



171,600 
50,1*83 

8,808 
2, 83U 
8,395 

20,039 

7,11*7 



32,009 



2,156 



267 
208 
311* 
ll*8 
318 
182 



- 



131 
26 

2 

2 
12 

1 
11 

1 
30 
10 



226 
25U 
129 
166 
255 

86 
258 

93 
11*7 
258 



195 



lol* 



269,71*6 


226 




- 


12 


26,709 


13 
5 


296 
190 


- 


1 


26,709 


lfl 




- 


1 



59,852 
113,279 


1 
11* 
21* 


30 
283 
288 


- 


1 


173,131 


39 




- 


1 


273, 1*98 

172,306 

21,709 


61* 
71 
12 


31*6 
337 
302 


- 


2 
7 


1*67,513 


11*7 




- 


9 



District Total 



23,1*28 


) 
8) 


1*2 
296 


- 


2 


23,1*2« 


a 




- 


2 


l,02l*,l*27 


1*76 


266 


- 


25 



Bridy, Incorporated 
Strip Permit No. 31-13 

Brook Contracting Co. 
Strip Permit No. 86-8 

Buck Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 1*9-1 - 

Conyngham Contracting Co. 
Strip Permit No. 91-18 
Strip Permit No. 91-19 

Folger & Chapleski 
Strip Permit 119-3 
Strip Permit 119-7 



Total 



District 3 



North' d 



Schuylkill 



Columbia 



North' d 
North ■ d 



North' d 
North' d 



7,116 
1,871* 



1,290 



3 139 
3 90 
2 21*1 



Total 



5,607 
2,51*2 


7) 
) 


111* 
92 


- 


- 


8,11*9 


7 




- 


- 


3,101* 

3,81*2 


2) 

) 


200 

11*5 


- 


- 


6,9U6 


2 




- 


- 



Company and Operation 



ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE STATISTICS 
1972 



County- 



Average Average 
Total No. of Days 

Production Employes Worked 



No. of No. of 

Fatal Nonfatal 

Accidents Accidents 



417 



District 3 



Glenn Brass Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 106-6 * 


North' d 


H. J. H. Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 172-1 


North' d 


Jet Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 3-11 * 


North' d 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 




Strip Permit No. 7-1 


Columbia 


Strip Permit No. 7-23 


North' d 


Strip Permit No. 7-21; 


North' d 


Strip Permit No. 7-26 


North 'd 


Strip Permit No. 7-27 


North ' d 


Strip Permit No. 7-28 


North' d 


Strip Permit No. 7-29 


North ' d 


Shop & Office 


North ' d 


Mt. Carmel Fire Job 


North 'd 




Total ' 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, 


Inc. 


Strip Permit No. 16-12 


Columbia 


Strip Permit No. l6-ll* 


Schuylkill 


Strip Permit No. 16-18 


Schuylkill 


Strip Permit No. 16-21; 


Schuylkill 


Shop & Office 


Schuylkill 




Total 



Minel, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 63-2 

North Line Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 52-1 

Reading Anthracite Co. 
Strip Permit No. 23-8 
Strip Permit No. 23-9 
Strip Permit No. 23-12 
Strip Permit No. 23-19 



North' d 



North ' d 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
North 'd 
North' d 
Total 



Rosini Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 1*7-38 
Strip Permit No. 1*7-1*0 
Strip Permit No. 1*7-1*1 
Strip Permit No. 1*7-1*2 
Strip Permit No. 1*7-1*3 



North 'd 
North' d 
North ' d 
North' d 
North' d 
Total 
Savitski Brothers Coal Sales 

Strip Permit No. 76-8 North' d 
Shally Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 127-5 North' d 
Split Vein Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 113-19 North' d 
Strip Permit No. 113-20 North' d 
Strip Permit No. 113-21 * North' d 
Strip Permit No. 113-21* * North' d 
Total 

District Total 
# Stripping Operations Completed 



1,250 

8o5 
300 

65,621 

17,11*2 
5,81*8 

31*, 51*8 

51*, 219 

1,81*2 

123,690 



302,910 



1*5,739 

100,173 

7,71*9 

1*3,938 



197,599 



11,232 
25,71*0 
1*7,91*7 

39,185 



87,132 



52,220 



3,31*6 

5,717 

16,368 



27 
13) 



15) 

) 
) 

21 
21* 



152 



10 



IT 



13 



150 



36 

196 

195 

78 

35 

132 

159 

1*2 

283 

217 



187 
327 
270 
276 
21*9 



311 

282 

233 
253 

271* 
282 



182 
287 



298 
288 



8,632 


8} 


67 


- 


- 


11,71*5 




133 


- 


1 


12,700 




56 


- 


1 


12,260 


5) 


133 


- 


- 


6,883 




67 


- 


- 



1,896 
22,208 


2) 
) 


127 
152 


- 


1 


1*0,1*72 


10 




- 


3 


751*, 098 


31*8 


21*8 


- 


28 



Bell Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 121-3 

Bluebell Enterprises, Inc. 
Strip Permit No. ll*-2 
Strip Permit No. ll*-3 
Strip Permit No. ll*-l* 
Strip Permit No. ll*-5 
Strip Permit No. ll*-6 



District 1* 



Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Total 



Hi, 575 



161* 

75 

722 

5,1*01 



6,362 



307 

21 
1* 
6 

1*7 
283 



418 



ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE STATISTICS 
197: 



Company and Operation 



Average Average No. of No. of 

Total No. of Days Fatal Nonfatal 

County Production Employes Worked Accidents Accidents 



Crown Contracting Co. 
Strip Permit No. 171-3 

D. & F. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 138-2 
Strip Permit No. 138-3 
Strip Permit No. 138-6 

K. & K. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 136-2 

Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 
Strip Permit No. 90-7 
Strip Permit No. 90-10 
Strip Permit No. 90-11 

L. C. Enterprises, Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 159-2 

Pacine Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 11+6-2* 

Panther Head Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 170-1 

R. R. & G., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 161-3 

Reading Anthracite Co. 
Strip Permit No. 23-3 
Strip Permit No. 23-1* 
Strip Permit No. 23-5 
Strip Permit No. 23-6 
Strip Permit No. 23- Hi 
Strip Permit No. 23-15 
Strip Permit No. 23-17 
Strip Permit No. 23-20 

Schuylkill Contracting Co. 
Strip Permit No. 36-3 
Strip Permit No. 36-6 
Strip Permit No. 36-7 

Swatara Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 70-3 

Strip Permit No. 70-1* 

Strip Permit No. 70-6 

Trcrup Coal, Co., Warren C. 
Strip Permit No. 166-1 
Strip Permit No. 166-2 

Valent Coal Co., Inc., F. 
Strip Permit No. 105-7 
Strip Permit No. 105-8 

Valley Enterprises 

Strip Permit No. 133-6 

W. & W. Construction Co. 
Strip Permit No. 132-2 
Strip Permit No. 132-3 
Strip Permit No. 132-7 

Wabo Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 161*- 1 



Total 



District 1* 



Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 



Total 



Total 



Total 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 



District Total 



2*0 

2,01*0 
800 
220 

3,060 



17,901 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 207,198 



3,272* 

3,329 



8,992 



130 

25,015 

9,652 



324,797 



863,186 



2 ) 



10) 
) 
28 



"3T 



251 

52 
11*9 
289 



263 
225 

158 



- 


1 


279 


51,71*2 


65 


205 


319,938 


1*5 


188 


_ 


1 


280 


_ 


l 


280 


31,767 


9 


218 


25,91*7 


10 


206 


31*, 302 


11* 


196 


1*63,696 


11*6 





20 



7) 


5 


) 


281 


5) 


196 



73 



265 



209 



1*63,696 


11*6 




1 


18 


39,238 

15,71*0 

5,830 


9) 

) 

5 


228 
179 


- 


- 


60,808 


H* 




- 


- 


16,906 
16,91*6 


2) 

23) 

) 


138 

226 

90 


- 


1* 


33,852 


25 




- 


1* 


300 
1,358 


2) 
) 


77 
88 


- 


- 


1,658 


2 




- 


- 


872 
2,772 


2) 
) 


83 
177 


- 


- 


3,61*1* 


2 




- 


- 



23 



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ANTHRACITE 

BREAKERS, 

WASHERIES AND 

PREPARATION 

PLANTS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



437 



ANTHRACITE REGION 
Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 



1972 



District 


Pret>aration Plant 


Company 


Location 


Zip 

Code 


5 


Ace Anthracite Breaker 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


Blakely 


18512 


8 


Atlas Washery 


Bridy, Incorporated 


Atlas 


17811 


5 


Avoca Cleaning Plant 


Perry Coal Sales Co. 


Avoca 


186UO 


7 


B-D Fine Coal Plant 


B-D Mining Co., Inc. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


7 


Beaver Brook Washery 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


Hazle Township 


18701 


12 


Beechwood Cleaning Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


1797U 


7 


Blaschak Breaker 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


St. Nicholas 


179U8 


5 


Bliss Breaker 


Bliss Bros. Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18632 


5 


Bliss Cleaning Plant 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Wanamie 


18659 


10 


C. & F. Breaker 


C. & F. Coal Co. 


Ranshaw 


17866 


5 


Cleaning Plant 


Carbondale Coal Co. 


Carbondale 


18U07 


5 


Corgan Cleaning Plant 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Wanamie 


18659 


11 


Diminick Breaker 


Diminick Coal Sales 


PaxLnos 


17860 


13 


DiRenzo Breaker 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Llewellyn 


179hh 


7 


Eckley Breaker 


Buckley Coal Corporation 


Eckley 




11 


il-D Crusher Plant 


U-D Coal Co. 


Trevor o^n 


17881 


Hi 


Franklin Breaker 


Franklin Coal Co. 


Pine Grove R.D. 3 


17963 


5 


Franklin Cleaning Plant 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, 


Wilkes -Bar re 


18702 


10 


Glen Burn Breaker 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Glen Lyon Breaker 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Glen Lyon 


18617 


13 


Glenn Worth Breaker 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


7 


Gowen Breaker 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


18 2U1 


7 


Gowen Cleaning Plant 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


182U1 


12 


Greenwood Breaker 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Rahn Township 


19U26 


12 


Greenwood Fine Coal Plant 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Coaldale 


18218 


5 


Harry E Breaker 


Lehigh V\lley Anthracite 


Swoyersville 


18701* 


7 


Hazleton Shaft Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite 


Hazleton 


18201 


7 


Hazleton Shaft Cleaning PI. 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite 


Hazleton 


18201 


13 


Hillside Breaker 


Hegins Coal Co. 


Zerbe 


17981* 


7 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Audenried 


18213 


5 


Huber Breaker 


MLnindu Corporation 


Ashley 


18706 


7 


Humboldt Cleaning Plant 


Brook Contracting Co. 


Humboldt 




7 


Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Hazle Township 


1870U 


5 


Kassa Breaker 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc, 


. Laflin 


18702 


15 


Kocher Breaker 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 


Good Spring 


17983 


7 


Lion Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite 


Hazleton 


18201 


13 


Live Oak Breaker 


Live Oak Coal lard 


Primrose 


17951* 


9 


Locust Summit Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Locust Gap 


1781*0 


9 


Locust Summit Fine Coal PI. 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Locust Gap 


1781*0 


5 


Louise Cleaning Plant 


S.B.P. Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18632 


12 


Lucanna Fine Coal Co. 


Ginther Coal Co. 


Cumbola 


17930 


13 


Lytle Washery 


Winne Land Co. 


Primrose 


1795U 


9 


Malho Breaker 


Malho Coal Co. 


Lavelle 


1791*3 


•13 


Maple Spring Breaker 


C.L.S. Coal Co. 


Branchdale 


17923 


12 


Marlin Breaker 


Cass Contracting Co. 


Marlin 


17951 


5 


Marvine Bagging Plant 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Scranton 


18509 


5 


Mar vine Sizing Plant 


Northwest Mining Co. 


Scranton 


1:5:^ 


7 


Maple Hill Cleaning Plant 


Reading Coal Co. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


7 


Mazaika Breaker 


Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. 


Rush Township 


18252 


16 


Meadowbrook Washery 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. 


Lykens 


1701*8 


7 


Morea Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite 


Morea 


17955 


12 


Mountain Side Breaker 


Mountain Side Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


New St. Nicholas Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17971* 


12 


New St. Nicholas Fine Coal P.Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17971* 


12 


No. 6 Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co . , Inc . 


Lansford 


18232 



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Preparation Plant 


Hi 


Oakwood Breaker 


13 


Old Mill Breaker 


13 


Olenick Breaker 


5 


Olyphant Cleaning Plant 


15 


Pine Creek Breaker 


12 


Pine Forest Cleaning Plant 


5 


Prospect Cleaning Plant 


n 


R. & N. Breaker 


10 


Ranshaw Washery 


5 


Raymond Retail (Sizing) 


9 


Reichwein & Beury Breaker 


11 


Reidinger Breaker 


11 


Reitz Breaker 


11 


Reitz Fine Coal Plant 


7 


Rosa Breaker 


10 


Rosini Breaker (Carbon Run) 


12 


Salem Hill Breaker 


7 


St. Nicholas Fine Coal Plant 


9 


Savitski Breaker^ 


Hi 


Schneck Breaker 


12 


Silver Creek Breaker 


7 


Skytop Breaker 


11 


Split Vein Breaker 


12 


South Tamaqua Breaker 


16 


Strohecker Breaker 


10 


Sunshine Breaker 


15 


Superior Breaker 


13 


Swatara Breaker 


11 


Swift Breaker 


5 


Taylor Breaker 


11* 


Tremont Breaker 


11 


Trevorton Breaker 


16 


Underkoffler Breaker 


5 


Waddell Washery 


5 


Wanamie No. 18 Tip 


16 


Westwood Washery 



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Zip 
Code 



Oakwood Coal Co. Pine Grove R.D. 3 17963 

Old Mill Coal Yard Llewellyn 179U* 

Olenick Bros. Coal Co. Forrestville 16035 

Olyphant Premium Anth.,Inc. Dickson City 18519 

Pine Creek Coal Co. Spring Glen 17928 

Reading Anthracite Co. St. Clair 17970 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite Plains 18705 

R. & N. Coal Co., Inc. Weigh Scales 17872 
Ranshaw Transportation & 

Auto Wreckers Coal Co. Ranshaw 17866 

Northwest Mining Co. Scranton 18509 

Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. Gordon 17921 

Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. Paxinos 17860 

H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. Trevorton 17881 

H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. Trevorton 17881 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite Shenandoah 17976 

Rosini Coal Co. Shamokin 17872 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite Pottsville 17901 

Reading Anthracite Co. St. Nicholas 179U8 

Savitski Bros. Coal Co. Atlas 17811 

Schneck Coal Co.,Thos. W. Pine Grove R.D. 1 17963 

Silver Creek Coal Co. New Philadelphia 17959 

Skytop Coal, Inc. New Boston 17958 

Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. Weigh Scales 17872 

South Tamaqua Coal Pockets South Tamaqua 18252 

Strohecker Coal Co. Elizabethville 17023 

Sunshine Coal Co. Trevorton 17881 

Superior Preparation Co. ,Inc Valley View 17983 

Swatara Coal Co. Zerbe 1798U 

Swift Coal Sales, Inc. Paxinos 17860 

Gilco, Inc. Taylor 18517 

Blue Bell Enterprises, Inc. Tremont 17981 

Reading Anthracite Co. Trevorton 17881 

Underkoffler Coal Sales Lykens 170U8 

American Silt Processing Co.Winton(Jessup) l8ii3ii 

Blue Coal Corporation Ashley 18706 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. Joliett 17981 



ANTHRACITE 
OPERATORS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

a:~:~-;::7Z operators— IBM 1972 



441 



District 


Operator 




General Manager 


Address 


Zip 
Code 


5 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. B 




J. Pasternak 


U19 Center St. 


Taylor 


18517 


16 


Acme Coal Co. DM 




M. Suchar 


130 Broad St. 


Williams towr 


1 17098 


8 


A. D. & G. Coal Co. DM 




A. Gonzalo 




Strong 


17879 


5 


American Silt Processing 


; Co. W 


J. Warnetsky 


Railroad St. 


Archbald 


18U03 


9 


Ashland Community Enterprises 


E. R. Err.er-. 


19th & Oak Sts. 


Ashland 


17921 


7-8 


B-D Mining Co. B bk 




G. C. Hower 




Gilberton 


1793U 


16 


B. & M. Coal Co. DM 




Wayne Moyer 




Valley View 


17983 


5 


Barca Coal & Land Co. bk 




Louis Falzone 


ShO Wyoming Ave. 


Wyoming 


186UU 


7 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. bk 


: CP 


Norman James 




Beaver Brook 182] 


h 


Bell Coal Co. S 






lill Schuylkill Av. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Part. DM 


G. Stenulis 


17 Water St. 


New Phila. 


17959 


7 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. E 


1 DM 


Edward Razzis 




Mahanoy City 179U8 


1-5 


Bliss Coal Co. S CP 




Carl Bliss 


P. 0. Box 158 


Mildred 


18632 


h-lh 


Blue Bell Enterprises B 


S 


J. W. Butcavage 


720 Lytle St. 


MLnersville 


17951 


1-5-6 


Blue Coal Corp. S CP DM 




Isadore Berk 


101 S. Main St. 


Ashley 


18706 


8 


Botella Coal Co., James 


bk 


Jas. Botella 


Iii6 Railroad St. 


Girardville 


17935 


3-5 


Bridy, Incorporated W 




E. A. Bridy 


237 W. Girard St. 


Atlas 


17851 


2-3-7 


Brook Contracting Corp. 


S CP 


C. E. Wezner 


P. 0. Box 98 


Hazleton 


18201 


3 


Buck Coal Co. S 




John Miller 


P. 0. Box 291 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


7 


Buckley Coal Corp. B 




J. Beltrami 


R. D. 2 


Weatherly 


18255 


8 


Burnrite Coal Co. DM 




E. Milhalski 


R.D. 2, Box 77U 


Pottsville 


17901 


11-15 


Bush Coal Co. DM 




Earl Bush 


LUOli E. Grand Ave. 


Tower City 


17980 


10 


C. & F. Coal, Inc. 3 




L. Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


13 


C-L-P Coal Co. DM 




Paul Platko 


R.D.I, Box 72 


Pottsville 


17901 


13 


C. L. S. Coal Co. B bk 




R. G. Allen 


P. 0. Box 296 


Branchdale 


17923 


1-5 


Carbondale Coal Co. CP 


S 


John Gillen 


78 Cottage St. 


Carbondale 


181*07 


12 


Cass Contracting Co. B 




J. V. Ryan 


R.D. 2, Box 360!g 


Pottsville 


17901 


Ui 


Colket Coal Co. DM 




John Messaros 


117 School Row 


Branchdale 


17923 


3-9 


Conyngham Contracting Co 


. S bk 


W. H. Brennan 


P. 0. Box 173 


Ashland 


17921 


13 


Coxe Coal Co. DM 




Norman Essler 


8ii7 Garfield Ave. 


Sch. Haven 


17912 


k 


Crown Contracting Co . , Inc . S 




600 W.Norwegian St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


h 


D. & F. Coal Co. S 






P. 0. Box 298 


Minersville 


1795U 


11 


D. & M. Coal Co. DM 




J. McAnnaney 




Gowen City 


17828 


16 


D. & R. Coal Co. DM 




Robert Rhen 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


16 


D. & R. Mining, Inc. DM 




Donald Adams 




Pottsville 


17901 


8 


D. R. Z. Coal Co. DM 




S . Shalamanda 


R. D. 1 


Ashland 


17921 


13 


Dando Coal Co., F.P. DM 




F. P. Dando 


P. 0. Box 583 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


David Coal Co. DM 




Harry David 


R. D. 1 


Sch. Haven 


17972 


13 


Dembinsky Coal Co. DM 




J. Lazarchick 


R.D. 1, Box 72 


Pottsville 


17901 


11 


Diminick Coal Sales B 




Oliver Knapick 


12*53 W. Pine St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


Direnzo Coal Co. B 




Paul Direnzo 


R.D. 2, Box 752 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


Duke Associates Coal Co. 


DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Duke Mining Co. 


DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


15 


Erdman Coal Co. 


DM 


Jay G. Erdman 




Valley View 


17983 


13 


F. & F. Coal Co. 


DM 


F. P. Dando 


P. 0. Box 583 


Pottsville 


17901 


11 


U-D Coal Co. DM CP 




Glenn Derek 




Klingertown 


179U1 


13 


Federovich Coal Co. 


DM 


J. Federovich 


Main Street 


Seltzer 


1797U 


8-16 


Fireside Mining, Inc. 


DM 


S. Melnicove 




Pine Grove 


17963 


3 


Folger & Chapleski 


S 


L. Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


111 


Franklin Coal Co. 


B 


F. Miller 




Ravine 


17966 


11 


G. & D. Partners 


DM 


Stanley Grego 


836 W. Spruce St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


9 


G. M. P. Coal Co., Inc. 


DM 


Albert Geslock 


530 E. 7th St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


12 


Garber Coal Co. 


DM 


Paul Garber 


R. D. 1 


Barnesville 


182m 


7 


Generose Coal Co., J. 


bk 


Jas. Generose 


306 Main Street 


Lattimer 


1823U 


7-9 


Gilberton Coal Co. CP bk 


G. C. Hower 


P. 0. Box U23 


Gilberton 


1793U 


5 


Gilco, Inc. 


B 


M. Costanzo 




Taylor 


18517 


12 


Ginther Coal Co. B bk 


D. F. Bressler 


P. 0. Box 219 


Hazleton 


18201 


10 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


B bk 


J. J. Parker 


P. 0. Box F 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Glen Nan, Inc. 


DM 


G. H. Kienzle 


101 S. Main St. 


Ashley 


18706 


3 


Glenn Brass Coal Co. 


S 


Glenn Brass 


129 West Avenue 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


13 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


B 


Edward Hoke 




Pottsville 


17901 


12 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


B 


J. J. Fauzio 


P. 0. Box 269 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2-12 


Greenwood Stripping Corp 


. 3 bk 


Joseph Fauzio 




Tamaqua 


: ; :~i 



442 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Zip 

Code 



2-7 
16 
11 
16 
13-16 

8-11-13 
11-13-1$ 
li* 
Hi 

2-7 

2 

8 

7 

.2-7 

3 

8 
13 

8 

h 
11 

2 

3 

16 
13 
15 

l*-l$-l6 
16 

li 
12 

1-2-3-$- 

7-8-12 
13 
15 
10 
16 
11 
15 
15 

7 

9 
12-16 
12 

8 
10 

7 
16 
H* 
13 
16 

5 

3 

8 
11 

5 
12 
11 
10 
11 

15 

12 
3 
1-5 

10 

Hi 
13 
13 

5 
13 
li; 

ii 

li 



i k 



Gowen Coal Co. S B CP 

H. G. S. Coal Co. DM 

H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. B CP 

Harner Coal Co. DM 

Hatter Coal Co. DM 

Hecla Machinery & Equip. Co. 

Hegins Mining Co., Inc. DM B 

Herb Coal Co. DM 

Herring Bros. Coal Co. DM 

Honeybrook Mines, Inc. B bk S 

Huss, George S 

Hutko Coal Co. bk 

J. & B. Coal Co. bk 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Jet Coal Co. S 

K. & C. Coal Co. DM 

K. H. K. Coal Co. DM 

K. & K. Coal Co. DM 

K. & K. Coal Co. S 

K. & S. Coal Co. DM 

Kassa Coal Co. S 

Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. S 

Kintzel Bros. Coal Co. DM 

Klinger Coal Co. DM 

Knorr Coal Co. DM 

Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. B S 

Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 

L. C. Enterprises S 

Lanscoal Mining Co., Inc. DM 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

S B CP DM bk 
Live Oak Coal Co. B 
Lucas Mining Co. DM 
M. G. & S. Coal Co. DM 
M. & L. Enterprises, Inc. bk 
M. & Z. Coal Co. DM 
Mace Coal Co., James DM 
Madenford Coal Co. DM 
Maksimik Coal Co. bk 
Malho Coal Co. B 
Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. W bk 
Mar Stripping & Excav. Co. bk 
Marion Mining Co., Inc. DM 
Maurer Coal Co., Paul DM 
Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. B 
Meadowbrook Coal Co. W bk 
Mercury Coal Co. DM 
Miller Coal Co. DM 
Miller Coal Co. DM 
Minindu Corp. B 
Minel, Inc. S 
Morata Coal Co. DM 
Moroz Coal Co. bk 
Mountain Coal, Inc. DM 



George Boyder 
Junior Harner 
Harry D. Reitz 
R. E. Harner 
Jacque Hatter 
bk Gene Gangloff 
Forrest R. Otto 
Dale Herb 
Lester Herring 
Louis Blass 
George Huss 
Alex Hutko 
John Pinder 
Frank Moran 



R. D. 1 



R. D. 1 

Zerbe 

30U E. Center St. 

R. D. 2 



DM 
, DM 



DM 
DM 



Charles Cress 
Robert Klouser 
G. Kastroba 
B. Kuperavage 
Melvin Kerstetter 
Nicholas Kassa 
Edward Helfrick 
Nathan Kintzel 
Earl Klinger 
Leroy A. Knorr, Jr, 
Robert Rissinger 
H. Koppenhaver 
W. McDonald 
S. Karabinos 
Henry Ventre 

Peter Laychock,Jr 
Larry Lucas 
J. G. Murin 
W. Lindermuth 
Willard Marquette 
Jas. B. Mace 
George Madenford 
Stanley Maksimik 
Ralph Malho 
K. R. Heiser 
Armando Zarra 
M. A. Raczkowski 
Paul F. Maurer 
Edward Mazaika 
Leslie Kimmel 
Leon Richter 
Jacque Hatter 
Marlin Lahr 
Isadore Berk 

Lawrence Morata 
Daniel Moroz 
Thomas Supey 
Roy Habel 
Wm. Vesay 
Charles Foulds 
A. Nourocki 
Carl D. Ney 
Frank Niadna 



li81* W. Saylor St. 

800 Exeter Ave. 
P. 0. Box Uli3 
100 E. Main St. 
928 E. Main St. 
R. D. 2 

133 Valley Furnace 
Box 328, R. D. 2 
322 Simpson St. 
Lehigh & Poplar St, 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 2 

P. 0. Box 127 
203 Laurel St. 
R. D. 3, Box 299-P 
W. Ridge Street 
800 Exeter Ave. 

R. D. 1 

301 S. Spruce St. 
P.O. Box $9 
P. 0. Box 25 

Joliett 

1*3$ W. Columbus St 

P. 0. Box 57 

iil$ East Broad St. 

820 Lott Street 
R. D. 2 



Fern Glen 

Tremont 

Milton 

Spring Glen 

Hegins 

Ringold 

Tremont 

Donaldson 

Pine Grove 

Hazleton 

Ring town 

Atlas 



182U1 
17981 
178U7 
17978 
17938 
17960 
17981 
17981 
17963 
18201 
17967 
17851 



Harwood Minesl8201 



Mountain Side Coal Co. 

Mountain Top Coal Co. 

Mountain View Coal Co 

N. & L. Coal Co. DM 

Ney & Lehman Coal Co. 

Niadna Coal Co., Frank 

North Line Coal Co. S 

Northwest Mining Co. S B SP John Gillen 

Norwood Mining Co. DM Elwood Swank 

Oakwood Coal Co. B David Deaven 

Old Mill Coal Yard B Marlin Zimmerman 

Olenick Bros. Coal Co. B Nicholas Olenick 

Olyphant Premium Anthr.,Inc.B bk Joseph Korba 

P. & H. Coal Co. DM Walter Pewor 

P. & M. Coal Co. DM W. L. Porter 

Pacine Coal Co. S 

Panther Head Coal Co. S Chas. Butensky 



101 S. Main St. 
Box llil-K, R.D. 1 
1053 Spruce St. 
6 North 7th St. 
55 W. Sixth St. 
6U8^ E. Broad St. 
Iil5 St. Francis St 
R. D. 2, Box 365 
Box 212, R. D. 1 

20$ Water Street 

P. 0. Box L 

78 Cottage Street 

R. D. 3 

R.D. 1, Box 117-A 
P. 0. Box 282 
R.D. 2, Box 550 
P. 0. Box 18 
Water Street 



W. Pittston 

Mt. Carmel 

Ashland 

Hegins 

Shamokin 

Port Carbon 

Shamokin 

Dupont 

Mt. Carmel 

Pine Grove 

Hegins 

Hegins 

Valley View 

Tremont 

Pottsville 

Lansford 

W. Pittston 

Pottsville 
Klingerstown 
Mt. Carmel 
Ashland 
Dornsife 
Spring Glen 
Tremont 
, Shenandoah 
Lavelle 
Sch. Haven 
Tamaqua 
Girardville 
Shamokin 
Tamaqua 
Lykens 
Tremont 
Hegins 

Williams town 
Ashley 
Shamokin 
Kulpmont 
Shamokin 
Wyoming 
Tamaqua 
Miner sville 
Shamokin 
Paxinos 
Valley View 
New Phila. 
Shamokin 
Carbondale 
Paxinos 
Pine Grove 
Ravine 
Pottsville 
Olyphant 
Pottsville 
Muir 
Cumbola 
Branchdale 



186U3 

17851 
17921 
17938 
17872 
17965 
17872 
186U1 
17851 
17963 
17938 
17938 
17983 
17981 
17901 
18232 
1861*3 

17901 
1791*1 
17851 
17921 
17823 
17978 
17981 
17976 
1791*3 
17972 
18252 
17935 
17872 
182$2 
170li8 
17981 
17938 
17098 
18706 
17872 
17831* 
17872 
1861*1* 
182$2 
179$1* 
17872 
17860 
17061 
179$9 
17872 
181*07 
17860 
17963 
17966 
17901 
181*77 
17901 

17930 
17923 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Zip 
Code 



443 



1 Pasternak Bros. S 

5 Perry Coal Sales Co. bk CP 

7 Phoenix Contracting Co. bk 
15 Pine Creek Coal Co. B 

10 Pine Line Coal Co. DM 

8 Polcovich Coal DM 

6 Pollock, Inc., Ken bk 
5 Popple Brothers bk 

7-12 Premium Fine Coal, Inc. bk CP 

15 R. & K. Coal Co. DM 

9 R. & L. Coal Co. DM 

11 R. & N. Coal Co. B 
11 R. & R. Coal Co. DM 

1* R. R. & G., Inc. S 
9-10 Ranshaw Transportation & 

Auto Wreckers Co. W bk 
1 Raymond Colliery Co. S 
3-U-7- Reading Anthracite Co. 
9-11-12 CP B bk S 
9 Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. B 
11 Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. B 

11 Renninger Coal Co., Inc. DM 
3-10 Rosini Coal Co. B S 

13 S. & B. Coal Co. DM 
1-5 S. B. P. Coal Co. S CP. 

16 S. & K. Coal Co. DM 

15 S. & M. Coal Co. DM 

16 S. & T. Coal Co. DM 

3-9 Savitski Bros. Coal Co. S DM B 

12 Schickram, William bk 

lit Schneck Coal Co.,Thos. W. B 
it- 13 Schuylkill Contracting Co. S bk 
9 Scott Coal Co. DM 
5 Sebastopol Coal Co., Inc. bk 

lit Senawaitis Bros. Coal Co. DM 

15 Shade Coal Co. DM 
3 Shally Coal Co. S 

111 Sharp Mountain Coal Co. DM 

16 Shomper Coal Co. DM 

5 Silverbrook Anthracite Co. 
12 Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 
12 Skripnek Coal Co. DM 

7 Skytop Coal, Inc. B DM 
16 Smeltz Coal Co. DM 
13-H* Snyder Coal Co.,Leroy DM 
16 Spancake & Herring Coal Co. 

12 South Tamaqua Coal Pockets B 
3-10-11 Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. DM S I 

15 Stahl Coal Co. DM 

lit Starr & Williamson Coal Co. DM 

16 Strohecker Coal Co. B 

13 Studlack Partnership DM 

8 Sun Coal Co., Inc. B bk 
10 Sunshine Coal Co. B 

15 Superior Preparation Co.B 

6 Susquehanna Coal Co. B 
8 Swamp Coal Co. DM 

13 Swatara Coal Co. S bk B 
Sweet Water Coal Co. DM 
Swift Coal Sales, Inc. B 
T. & L. Coal Co. DM 
Thirty Slope, Inc. DM 
Tiger Coal Co. DM 
Tracy Slope Co. DM 
Troup Coal Co., Warren C. S 
Twin Oaks Coal Co. DM 
Valent Coal Co., Inc., F; S 
Valley Enterprises S 



B 



DM 



Thomas Perry 
W. L. Jones 
R. F. {dinger 
Peter Bendas 
John Polcovich 
G. E. Sorber 
Raymond Popple 
John Federak 
George Rigdosh 
D. Metsinger 
Elwood Swank 
Joseph Reitz 
G. Riccardelli 



1*19 Center Street 

P. 0. Box 1*33 

1*21* Water Street 
103 E. Center St. 
Route 11 



Taylor 18517 

Avoca 1861*1 

Pottsville 17901 

Spring Glen 17978 

Ranshaw 17866 

Centralia 17927 
Hunlock Creekl8621 



300 Penn Park Bldg.Pittston 



R. D. 2 



P. 0. Box 336-C 
125 Bridge Street 
P. 0. Box 398 



Tamaqua 

Wiconisco 

Lavelle 

Paxinos 

Sunbury 



1861*0 
18252 
17097 
1791*3 
17860 
17801 



Leonard Chapleski P. 0. Box 5 

John Gillen 78 Cottage St. 

G. A. Schnee 200 Mahontanga St. 



Harold Reichwein 
C. Wayne Troxell 
Theo. Renninger 
Evoldo J. Rosini 
Edward Sorokach 
Darral J. Keihl 
Palmer dinger 
Jas. R. Smith 
Peter Poletti 
Jos. Savitski 
William Schickram 
Thos. W. Schneck 
Frank Ryan 
Steve Forgotch 
A. Marratoni 
A. Senawaitis 
Alvin Shade 
S. Shalamanda 
Norman Wolfe 
Russel Shomper 
Michael Kassa 
M. J. Herbert 
Daniel Skripnek 
Felix DiCasimirro 
Joseph Shade 
Leroy Snyder 
Milton Spancake 
Donald H. Warne 
Elwood Swank 
John Stahl 
C. L. Williamson 
Joel Strohecker 
Andrew Studlack 
W. J. Farley 
R. H. Steinhart 
Roy E. Blyler 
L. G. Lebo 
A. Kucheski 
Ralph Keim 
Leonard L. Harner 
Adam Swift, Jr. 
W. Lytle, Jr. 
M. A. Raczkowski 
Junior Harner 
Michael Dudash 
Warren C. Troup 
Leonard Machesic 
Frank Valent 
Joseph Patrole 



R. D. 1, Box 261 
Box 1 

37 W. Donaldson St. 
P. 0. Box 18U 

P. 0. Box 88 
1012 Maple Street 
R. D. 2 



130 Clay Street 

R.D.2, Box 360b 
7 Back Street 
P. 0. Box 702 
530 Lytle Street 

R. D. 1, Box 1*0 

R. D. 1 

305 Vine Street 

322 Simpson St. 

P. 0. Box 516 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 355 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 2 

R. D. 3 

P. 0. Box 336-C 



R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 1*12 

P. 0. Box 502 



1576 Pulaski Ave. 
Box G 

1100 Center St. 
Box 367, R. D. 2 

lit N. Crescent St. 
R. D. 3 

103lt Brock Street 
R.D.I, Box 21*9 
360 S. Center St. 
R. D. 2 



Mahanoy City 1791*8 

Ranshaw 17866 

Carbondale 181*07 

Pottsville 17901 

Ashland 17921 

Shamokin 17872 

,Tremont 17981 

Shamokin 17872 

Minersville 1795it 

Mildred 18632 

Valley View 17983 

Hegins 17938 

Valley View 17983 

Atlas 17811 

Tamaqua 18252 

Pine Grove 17963 

Pottsville 17901 

Shaft 17975 

Pittston 1861*0 

Minersville 17951* 

Valley View 17983 

Ashland 17921 

Pine Grove 17963 

Williamstown 17098 

Dupont 1861*1 

New Phila. 17959 

New Ringold 17960 

Mahanoy City 1791*8 

Hegins 17938 

Lykens 170l*8 

Pine Grove 17963 

Tamaqua 18252 

Paxinos 17860 

Valley View 17983 

Valley View 17983 
Elizabethvillel7023 

Minersville 17951* 

Mt. Carmel 17851 

Trevorton 17881 

Valley View 17983 

Glen Lyon 18617 

Shamokin 17872 

Minersville 17951* 

Sacramento 17968 

Shamokin 17872 

Shamokin 17872 

Shenandoah 17976 

Tremont 17981 

Pottsville 17901 

Ashland 17921 

Paxinos 17860 

Pottsville 17901 

Tamaqua 18252 



444 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



Zip 
Code 



16 Underkoffler Coal Co. DM 

16 Underkoffler Coal Sales B 

7 United Gas Improvement Co 
k W. & W. Construction Co. 

13 Walaitis Coal Co. DM 

10 West Cameron Coal Co. DM 

13 West West Coal Co. DM 

8 White Coal Co. DM 
16 Williamson Coal Co., Inc. 
16 Wilson Coal Co. DM 
13 Winne Land Co. W 
Lh Wolfgang Bros. Coal Co. DM 
13 Woratyla Coal Co. DM 
12 Zakrewsky Coal Co. DM 

9 Zanella Bros. Coal Co. DM 
16 Zimmerman Coal Co . , Marlin DM 



Glen Underkoffler 3^0 Elizabeth St. 
Hershel Underkoffler 



bk George Socher 

George Walaitis 
Edward Lashendock 
Leo Strenkoski 
Wilbur White 
DM A. R. Williamson 
William Heitzman 
Robert Bickel 
Robert Wolfgang 
Andrew Woratyla 
Peter Zakrewsky 
Steve Zanella 
Marlin Zimmerman 



2kl Wyoming Ave. 
R. D. 1, Box 5U8 
U0 S. Wylam St. 
1576 Pulaski Ave. 
Drawer I 
P. 0. Box hi 
150U W. Maple St. 

R.D. 2, Box 360!g 
Main Street 
P. 0. Box 2 
R. D. 1 
3h Spruce St. 



Williams town 

Lykens 

Kingston 

Pottsville 

Frackville 

Shamokin 

Minersville 

Ashland 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Tremont 

Llewellyn 

Barnesville 

Ashland 

Ravine 



17098 
170U8 
1870U 
17901 
17931 
17872 
17951 
17921 
17983 
17872 
17901 
17981 
179UU 
1821U 
17921 
17966 



DM ■ 


- Denotes Deep Mines 


S • 


- Denotes Strip Mine Operations 


bk ■ 


- Denotes Bank Operations 


B ■ 


- Denotes Breaker 


CP • 


- Denotes Cleaning Plant 


SP ■ 


- Denotes Sizing Plant 


w . 


- Denotes Washery 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 

REGION 

STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



BITUMINOUS COAL 
Production, Qnployes, Fatalities, 1877 to 1972 



447 



Year 



IStT 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1881* 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

189U 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1901* 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1911* 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1921* 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 



Production 
(Net Tons)-* 



Stripping 
Production 











Fatal- 










Fatal- 


ities 








Produc- 


ities 


Per 


No. of 






tion 


Per 


1,000,000 


Mine 






Per 


1000 


Tons 


In- 


Bn- 


Fatal- 


Fatal- 


Qn- 


Pro- 


spec- 


ployes 


ities 


ity 


ployes 


:.. >- : 


tors 




13 


100,li56 


0.78 


9.95 


3 


25,787 


1*8 


260,1*32 


1.86 


3.81* 


3 


27,286 


55 


21*2,570 


2.01 


3.81* 


3 


33,391 


1*8 


31*5,092 


1.1*3 


2.90 


3 


35,530 


57 


279,230 


1.60 


3.58 


1* 


1*2,393 


9h 


220,150 


2.22 


U.5U 


k 


35,091 


51* 


31*6,81*8 


1.51* 


2.88 


6 


39,901* 


105 


195,71*1* 


2.63 


5.11 


6 


l*l*,ll*5 


83 


282,092 


1.88 


3.51* 


8 


52,361* 


Ik 


366,313 


1.1*1 


2.73 


8 


57,868 


81* 


356,71*8 


1.1*5 


2.80 


8 


61,565 


90 


375,21*8 


1.1*6 


2.66 


8 


62,081* 


105 


329,762 


1.69 


3.03 


8 


67,383 


lli6 


273,179 


2.17 


3.57 


8 


71*, 135 


237 


176,395 


3.20 


5.67 


8 


78,805 


131* 


31*7,623 


1.70 


2.88 


8 


81,872 


131 


33U,015 


1.60 


3.02 


10 


86,118 


123 


320,969 


1.1*3 


3.09 


10 


81*, 976 


156 


332,167 


1.81* 


3.01 


10 


83,801 


180 


279,359 


2.15 


3.58 


10 


86,553 


150 


361*,l68 


1.73 


2.75 


10 


07, 803 


200 


321,238 


2.28 


3.11 


10 


91,505 


258 


283,205 


2.82 


3.53 


10 


108,735 


265 


299,315 


2.1*1* 


3.31* 


10 


117,501 


301 


268,818 


2.56 


3.72 


12 


135,611 


1*56 


216,072 


3.36 


U.63 


12 


151,715 


1*02 


257,995 


2.65 


3.88 


15 


155, 7U7 


536 


185,821 


3.U1* 


5.38 


15 


16U, 9Ul 


1*79 


2l*9,l89 


2.90 


U.01 


16 


172,928 


U77 


271,557 


2.76 


3.68 


18 


183,121 


806 


185,557 


i*.i*o 


5.39 


20 


181,81*0 


572 


200,939 


3.15 


1*.98 


20 


185,921 


506 


269,181 


2.72 


3.71 


21 


193,1*88 


539 


276,013 


2.79 


3.62 


21 


182,653 


515 


276,096 


2.82 


3.62 


25 


182,61*2 


Uh6 


360,606 


2.1*1* 


2.77 


26 


189,909 


611 


283,086 


3.22 


3.53 


28 


196,038 


1*13 


353,231 


2.11 


2.83 


28 


187, 73k 


1*1*2 


356,151* 


2.35 


2.81 


30 


171*, 301* 


1*36 


387,899 


2.50 


2.58 


30 


186,586 


1*91* 


3U6,30l* 


2.65 


2.89 


30 


181,678 


1*91* 


358,739 


2.72 


2.79 


30 


180,831 


1*01 


366,797 


2.22 


2.73 


30 


181*,168 


l*2l* 


393,700 


2.30 


2.51* 


30 


200, 1*1 9 


281* 


U02,983 


1.1*2 


2.1*8 


30 


191*, 630 


U2lj 


255,1*1*8 


2.18 


3.91 


30 


200,538 


I4OI 


1*21,898 


2.00 


2.37 


30 


171*, 1*69 


3U5 


373,191 


1.98 


2.68 


30 


165,586 


312 


1*33, 51*7 


1.88 


2.31 


30 


16U,782 


1*21 


360, \x\x3 


2.55 


2.77 


30 


158, 201* 


3SS 


370,831 


2.21* 


2.70 


30 


137,91*1* 


508 


255,603 


3.68 


3.91 


30 


135,272 


378 


376,591 


2.79 


2.66 


30 


133,703 


296 


1*16,952 


2.21 


2.1*0 


30 


119,265 


208 


1*65,597 


1.71* 


2.15 


30 


106,597 


155 


1*78,1*68 


1.1*5 


2.09 


30 



1,305,932 
12,500,71*1 
11*, 31*1, 369 

16, 561*, 1*1*0 
15,916,123 

20, 691*, 110 
18,729,817 
20,553,090 
23,1*13,692 
27,107,173 

29,966,855 

33,772,286 

3h, 625, 051* 

1*0, 881*, 103 

1*1,805,61*2 

16,581,575 

1*3,1*21,898 

39,800,210 

51,818,112 

50,281*, 692 

51*, 625, 272 

61*, 21*7,665 

73,066, 91*5 

79,318,362 

80, 911*, 236 

98,529,122 

103,713,982 

99,600,167 

119,361,511; 

129,532,989 

11*9,559,01*7 

111*, 937,375 

136,205,695 

11*8,770,858 

11*2,189,329 

160,830,1*92 

172,965,659 

11*5, 881*, 530 

157,1*20,068 

169,123,811* 

171, 071*, 1*11 

177,217,291* 

11*7,085,781 

166,929,^002 

111*, 1*1*7, 131* 

108,310,01*6 

169,181,137 

128,751,028 

135,266,612 

151, 71*6, 1*61* 

131, 61*1*, 922 

129,81*6,153 

11*2, 351,359 

123,1*17,850 

96, 81*1*, 250 

71*, 162, 1*85 



448 

















Fatal- 
















Fatal- 


ities 














Produc- 


ities 


Per 


No. of 












tion 


Per 


1,000,000 


Mine 












Per 


1000 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


Stripping 


Em- 


Fatal- 


Fatal- 


Em- 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons)* 


Produc tion 


ployes 


ities 


ity 


ployes 


duced 


tors 


1933 


70, 511,8U6 


- 


116,917 


135 


581,569 


1.15 


1.72 


26 


1931+ 


89,592,1*81 


- 


127,868 


157 


570,653 


1.23 


1.75 


26 


1935 


91,11+0,273 


_ 


129,31+6 


161 


566,089 


1.21* 


1.77 


26 


1936 


10b, 961*, 865 


- 


133,911+ 


190 


573,1+99 


1.1*2 


1.71+ 


26 


1937 


110, 1*17, 91+7 


- 


133,1+87 


186 


593, 61*5 


1.39 


1.68 


25 


1938 


76,881,91+1+ 


- 


115,31+7 


119 


61*6,067 


1.03 


1.55 


25 


1939 


89,397,222 


2,792,966 


117,959 


120 


7l+l+,977 


1.02 


1.31+ 


25 


191+0 


111,1*16,916 


2,808,607 


117,832 


188 


592,61*3 


1.60 


1.69 


25 


191+1 


127,1+69,207 


6,1*79,207 


121*, 91+1 


166 


767,887 


1.33 


1.30 


23 


191+2 


11*2,759,573 


10,303,160 


115,1+51 


187 


763, 1+20 


1.62 


1.31 


27 


191*3 


139,801,363 


17,177,051+ 


105,903 


178 


785, 1+01 


1.68 


1.27 


26 


191*1* 


lUU,l*08,ljl8 


22,211,661 


99,9h2 


161* 


880,539 


1.61* 


1.11* 


25 


191+5 


130,696,851+ 


26,675,095 


98,761* 


11+1 


926,928 


1.1+3 


1.08 


27 


191+6 


123,587,065 


31,027,1+25 


103,891+ 


128 


965,521* 


1.23 


1.01* 


27 


191+7 


llil+,76l,961+ 


35, 91+6, 731+ 


109,202 


131+ 


1,080,313 


1.23 


0.93 


27 


191+8 


130,627,789 


33,1+83,099 


110,326 


111+ 


1,11+5,857 


1.03 


0.87 


27 


191+9 


87,351,892 


21,326,389 


100,119 


65 


1,31+3,875 


0.65 


0.71+ 


29 


1950 


103,1+39,887 


25,1+60,31+3 


91+, 511+ 


83 


1,21*6,261* 


0.88 


0.80 


29 


1951 


106,680,097 


22,688,51+3 


86,369 


70 


1,521*, Oil 


0.81 


0.66 


28 


1952 


87,308,999 


19,1+62,1*98 


76,676 


63 


1,385,857 


0.82 


0.72 


30 


1953 


91,938,156 


19,538,037 


69,126 


67 


1,372,211 


0.97 


0.73 


30 


1951+ 


70,823,985 


16,951+, 885 


55,1+05 


1+1+ 


1,609,636 


0.79 


0.62 


29 


1955** 


85,01*2,677 


19,212,869 


52,103 


50 


1,700,851+ 


O.96 


0.59 


27 


1956 


88,595,658 


21,691+, 916 


50,529 


51 


1,737,170 


1.01 


0.58 


26 


1957 


81*, 061*, 1*93 


20,558,733 


1+6,989 


53 


1,586,123 


1.13 


0.63 


30 


1958 


67,398,561* 


19,51+8,293 


1+1,309 


32 


2,106,205 


0.77 


0.1*7 


31 


1959 


65,627,585 


20,506,999 


37,337 


35 


1,875,071+ 


0.91+ 


0.53 


31 


I960 


65,595,999 


21,028,887 


33,396 


26 


2,522,923 


0.78 


0.1*0 


29 


1961 


63,171,313 


20,892,758 


29,633 


22 


2,871,1+23 


0.71+ 


o.35 


26 


1962 


65,61*8,015 


22,235,981* 


27,261* 


59 


1,112,678 


2.16 


0.90 


28 


1963 


71,258,957 


21*, 233, 668 


26,216 


21 


3,393,281* 


0.80 


0.29 


30 


1961* 


77,321,793 


21*, 019,760 


26,008 


18 


l+,295,655 


0.69 


0.23 


30 


1965 


80,119,51+8 


23,681,102 


25,206 


33 


2,1*27,865 


1.31 


0.1*1 


32 


1966 


81,1*1+9,61*7 


21*, 701, 150 


2l+,729 


28 


2,908,916 


1.13 


0.3I+ 


33 


1967 


79,101,385 


21,729,033 


23,811 


27 


2,929,681 


1.13 


0.3I+ 


33 


1968 


75,7ll+, 611 


20,512,1*77 


23,117 


29 


2,610,81*9 


1.25 


0.38 


33 


1969 


78,185,036 


21,652,731 


22,969 


25 


3,127,1+01 


1,09 


0.32 


33 


1970 


80,091,922 


2l+,l6l,0l5 


2l+,667 


30 


2,669,731 


1.21 


0.37 


1+2 


1971 


71,776,681 


26,861,508 


26,51+9 


32 


2,21*3,021 


1.21 


o.U5 


1+2 


1972 


75,863,137 


25,717,01*0 


25,627 


19 


3,992,797 


0.71+ 


0.25 


1+5 



* Includes stripping production. 
** In 1955, and subsequent years, the production, employes 

and fatalities of deep mines employing fewer than five (5) 
persons inside are included in the Division totals 



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OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 1*00,000 TONS OF DEEP MINED COAL DURING 1972 

District Operator 

7,19,20,21,2^,26 Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

3,7,13 United States Steel Corporation 

5, 6,12,26 Pittsburgh Coal Company, Division of 
Consolidation Coal Company 

10 Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 
1,5,8,12 Republic Steel Corporation 
18, 2U Barnes & Tucker Coal Company 
6 Mathies Coal Company 
8,13 Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation 
l5,l6 The Florence Mining Company 
ii Duquesne Light Company 
26 Gateway Coal Company 
25 Helvetia Coal Company 
19 Greenwich Collieries Company 
3 The Buckeye Coal Company 
5 Harmar Coal Company 
12,19 Eastern Associated Coal Company 
25 The Helen Mining Company 
13 National Mines Corporation 
21 Island Creek Coal Company 
16-25 The North American Coal Corporation 

11 Canterbury Coal Company 
11 Penn Allegh Coal Company 
11 Leechburg Mining Company 

10 Allegheny River Mining Company 
17 Rushton Mining Company 

11 Tunnelton Mining Company 

1 Union Carbide Corporation, Mining 

and Metals Division Ul5,5U5 12u 



Deep 

Production 


Deep 

iircployes 


6,371,3U9 


3,378 


5,0U9,181 


2,201 


h, 509, 928 


1,216 


3,287,575 


831 


2,71*2,528 


1,133 


2, 559, 7U6 


1,288 


2,205,l6U 


1*86 


1,885,10.6 


1,207 


1,75U,183 


815 


l,71h,U58 


581 


1,598,791* 


51*2 


1,365,016 


366 


89M70 


755 


873, U00 


395 


863,266 


378 


825, W3 


1*21* 


709,69k 


302 


708, 00U 


265 


651,895 


395 


605,859 


226 


590,6ii7 


11*6 


51*8,812 


77 


U9a,207 


105 


1*72,193 


113 


1*1*8,1*16 


171 


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BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 
PRODUCING OVER 200,000 TONS OF STRIP MINED COAL DURING 1972 

Operator 



36 C. & K. Coal Company 

39,1*3,1*5 Benjamin Coal Company 

32 Twilight Industries, Inc. 

32, 3k Aloe Coal Company 

hh,hS Bradford Coal Company 

1*7 Jones & Brague Coal Company 

35 Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 
1*2,1*5 Kristianson & Johnson Coal Company 

32 King Knob Coal Company 

1*2 Cooney Brothers Coal Company 

39 Hawk Brothers Contracting Company 

35,38,1*3,1*6 P. & N. Coal Company, Inc. 

36 Allison Engineering Company 
36 Vantage Coal Company 

1*3, 1*1*, 1*5 Shawville Coal Company 

36.38 W. P. StahLman Coal Company, Inc. 

33 Luzerne Coal Corporation 
1*5,1*6, U R. S. Carlin, Inc. 

30,31 Ambrosia Coal & Coke Company 

35, 38 R. D. Baughman Coal Company, Inc. 

35 B. & G. Construction Company, Inc. 

32 Pennweir Construction Company 

1*0,1*1 PBS Coals, Inc. 

35.39 North Cambria Fuel Company 
30 Kerry Coal Company 

1*0 Penn Pochontas Coal Company 

1*3 Simca Mining Company 

35 Nicholson Run Coal Company 

36 Mays Coal Company 

36,37 Zacherl Coal Company, Inc. 



Strip 
Production 


Strip 
Employes 


2,1*68,575 


203 


91*9,377 


137 


725,518 


89 


631^,169 


78 


623,528 


75 


618,596 


86 


1*70, 3 50 


31 


1*1*8,909 


102 


1*1*1*, 131* 


26 


mi,775 


1*7 


372,61*9 


214 


350,1*17 


88 


316,695 


57 


308,593 


19 


306,538 


68 


30l*,570 


51* 


297,516 


he 


291,729 


36 


286,319 


38 


282,922 


71 


280,210 


1*3 


277,81a 


55 


273,1*63 


71 


271,902 


68 


266,228 


hk 


21*1,275 


36 


236,239 


31 


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7 


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201,259 


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Greene 
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Lawrence 
Lycoming 
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Tioga 
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Westmoreland 
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1972 



COUNTY 

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Cambria 

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Centre 

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Fayette 

Fulton 

Greene 

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Indiana 

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Lawrence 

Lycoming 

McKean 

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Somerset 

Tioga 

Venango 

Washington 

Westmoreland 



MINE INSPECTION DISTRICT 

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501 



Company and Operatic 



County 



No. of 

Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 30 



Ambrosia Coal & Construction Co. 

Strip Permit No. 103-6 
Atwell, Neil 

Strip Permit No. 39U-U 
Big "B" Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 633-1 (a) 

Black Fox Mining & Development Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 289-8 

Strip Permit No. 289-9 

Strip Permit No. 289-10 



Cotterman Coal Co., W. A. 
Strip Permit No. 603-1 
Strip Permit No. 603-3 
Strip Permit No. 603-U 

DeMarsh Coal Co., Theodore 
Strip Permit No. 62-12 

Grove City Construction Co. 
Strip Permit No. 122-8 
Strip Permit No. 122-9 (c) 

Grove City Limestone Co. 
Strip Permit No. U83-2 

Kerry Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. Ul-20 
Strip Permit No. Ul-21 
Strip Permit No. U1-2U 
Strip Permit No. Ul-25 (c) 
Strip Permit No. Ul-26 
Strip Permit No. Ul-27 
Strip Permit No. Ul-28 
Strip Permit No. Ul-29 
Auger - BAM-U81 (a) 
Auger - BAM-U82 
Auger - BAM-532 



Total 



Total 



Total 



Lucas Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



17U-5 (a) 

17U-7 

17U-9 



Mathieson, Thomas B. 
Strip Permit No. 208-8 
Strip Permit No. 208-10 (c) 

McKelvey Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 619-1 

Miller & McKnight Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 21*0-11 (c) 
Strip Permit No. 2U0-12 

Nastasi, James 

Strip Permit No. 6U5-1 

Perry-Ross Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 72-11 
Strip Permit No. 72-12 
Strip Permit No. 72-13 

Sechan Limestone Industries 
Strip Permit No. 588-1 
Strip Permit No. 588-2 



Total 



Total 



Total 



Mercer 

Butler 

Butler 

Butler 
Butler 
Butler 



Butler 
Butler 
Butler 



Butler 



Butler 
Butler 



Butler 

Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 



Butler 
Butler 
Butler 



Butler 
Butler 



Butler 



Mercer 
Butler 



Butler 

Butler 
Mercer 
Mercer 



Lawrence 
Butler 



75,529 

U,800 

9,110 

57,519 
25,OU7 



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37,685 
1,500 



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39,127 
50,679 
19,U58 
2U,290 
33,905 
10,802 
26,22U 
12,211 
35,230 
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22 



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26 



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19,608 


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BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operatic 



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Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 30 (Continued) 



Sunbeam Coal Corp. 

Strip Permit N . 179-13 (c) 

Strip Permit No. 179-lU 

Strip Permit No. 179-15 

Strip Permit No. 179-16 

Strip Permit No. 179-19 

Total 
Tiche Limestone & Construction Co. 

Strip Permit No. 207-1 
Western Hickory Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 152-10 
West Freedom Mining Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 68-13 

Strip Permit No. 68-22 



Total 



Willowbrook Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 130-6 
Wright, Inc., Grant W. 

Strip Permit No. 117-3 

Strip Permit No. 117 -k 

Auger - BAM-275 



Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 
Butler 



Butler 
Butler 



Butler 
Butler 



Mercer 

Butler 
Butler 
Butler 



17,579 
U,770 

U3,99U 

15,036 
2,016 

83,395 



1,130 

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56,899 
2U,U62 
81,361 



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7 302 
3 307 



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(c) Backfilling. 

(d) Same men worked at Strip Permit No. Ul-25. 

(e) Same men worked at Strip Permit No. 179-13. 



District 31 



Ambrosia Coal & Construction Co. 



Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Auger - BAM-52U 



103 -h 

103-5 

103-11 (a) 

103-12 

103-13 

103-15 



Carlson Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. U87-1 
Strip Permit No. U87-2 
Auger - BAM-396 



Total 



Darlington Brick & Clay Co. 

Strip Permit No. 336-3 
Dodds Coal, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 6-U 

Strip Permit No. 6-5(C)A (a) 

Strip Permit No. 6-6 (a) 

Strip Permit No. 6-7 

Strip Permit No. 6-8 

Strip Permit No. 6-10 

Auger - BAM-U29 (a) 

Auger - BAM-U70 

Auger - BAM-U85 

Auger - BAM-U86 



Total 



Kelly Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 521-2 



Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 



Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 



Beaver 

Beaver 

Butler 

Lawrence 

Beaver 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Beaver 

Beaver 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 



Beaver 



58,128 
U6,708 

1,081 
U0,171 
U9,U32 
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210,790 



27,068 

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28,772 
32,303 
7,689 
2,661 
21,063 
h,285 
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3 


310 


6 


76 


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Medusa Portland Cement Co. 
Strip Permit No. 36O-I 
Strip Permit No. 360-2 

Perry-Ross Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 72-8 
Pittsburgh Refractories, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. U95-2 
Thompson Brothers Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 523-1 
Veon, Inc., Ralph A. 

Strip Permit No. U0-9 

Strip Permit No. U0-10 

Strip Permit No. U0-12 

Strip Permit No. U0-13 

Strip Permit No. UO-U4. 

Strip Permit No. I4O-I6 

Auger - BAM-I4.ll 

Auger - BAM-U50 

Auger - BAM-518 

Auger - BAM-519 

Auger - BAM-539 



Total 



District Total 



Lawrence 
Lawrence 



Lawrence 

Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 
Lawrence 



13,320 
22,U65 



35,7»5 



65,825 



56,778 



65 
132 



326 



355 



U9,095 


ik 


308 


22,65U 


10 


308 


U,070 


8 


51 


32,553 


12 


298 


1,033 


8 


Uo 


623 




10 


2,751 


h 


52 


9U5(b) 


- 


- 


3,266 




89 


1,750 




8 


2,068 




25 



120,808 



TT 



6U9,027 



178 



19U 



NOTE: (a) Completed, 
(b) Stockpile. 



District 32 



Aloe Coal Co. 



Strip Permit No. 


35-3 (a) 


B.L.F. Corp. 




Strip Permit No. 


966-1 


Bologna Mining Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


2U8-13 


Strip Permit No. 


2U8-lli 


Strip Permit No. 


2U8-15 


Strip Permit No. 


2U8-16 


Strip Permit No. 


2U8-17 


Strip Permit No. 


2U8-18 


Strip Permit No. 


2U8-19 


Bortz Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


U56-5 (b 


Chess Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


576-1 


Dippel & Dippel Coal Co. 


Strip Permit No. 


U86-1 


Strip Permit No. 


U86-3 



Total 



Total 



Eighty -four Industries, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 809-1 
Etna Equipment & Supply Co. 

Strip Permit No. 63I1-I 
Ewing, Charles 

Strip Permit No. 309-5 
Filiaggi Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 178-11 
Ford & Gaskill 

Strip Permit No. 139-2(A2) 



Washington 

Washington 

Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 

Greene 

Greene 

Greene 
Greene 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Greene 

Greene 



16U,159 



9,871 
678 

52,780 
5,9U2 
9,U02 

29,1UU 



107 817 



U5U 
11,197 



30,616 
33,2U8 



63,861* 



6,007 
19,981 

2,530 
io,Uoo 

9,660 



10 



195 



128 
131 

U3 
19U 

57 
172 
163 



31 



~ 



10 
227 



266 
276 



6 82 

3 121 

1 170 

2 150 

3 161 



:' " _ 



_ . 



- - 
! - 

: -: 5 



: 
-- 



- ~ . - \- 

■■--_■ ■ . -. s 



=1 : : . 
; ■ h - '- - — i ■ - . 






ic _-" _- 

: 






- - - - 
- - "- — _ - : 



LI 4 

." 4 

-' -" 

-" -- 

- 

- 



-. 
-- 



- - - 



------ 



- 



- 



- - 
- 

. - .- n ■- 

- : 



-: : -- r--.tr. 




-- - - - : 



- 
_ ;; 

: 



- 



- 



:_: 



361 



: : 5 



:-: 



i : ■ t ■ - _ 



505 
















Kbtal 


~r ] 


- 

- S ! 

rte : 


- 


- 
- 


. .mC'ST./ 


=.. . - .*-_-■-- 


jt - ". E 




Pend.1 Bo. : ' : -l : 
Bend.il In. 538-; i 

' --- sal! 
PenriLS Ho. :_ : -l 


. - fca 1 


"15-.-1- 


t 32 


: 


: 




. 




-^_^f 


r-.._ - 


- 


- 












- 


- 


:-Tl7 


:."--_ 








. 


. 




: : 








- 


- 



i z £ : L 1 l r. r 
(lb) Edjmjjjfiiiaed 
! 
: : = ? at -• e : . e* ajmclmrted «9 - ■ stta 



:--r-..-i:: : ' 



:i.-: :c_ ." :■£.! '. 

Stxif "-fr-_- I . _::-" 
Boris 3 ml : : . 

Stzif PearndLI Bos _ : : - . : 

f:ri: Perm: !< . -'.-' 



. : ifcal 



earwiH . : "■: -1 
Coal ... 

-J. " : . -_ 

=1 : : . 

17®HS 

if : ml : : 



1 : 



total 



- Soal Co. 

; 7r--_- [i : = 

5 1 r$ - : r"i- 

5feri| Penri.1 

:'.-_■: '-:-:_- 

Starig Pannil lo. 

5: tit : ;-: 



ZfiA-13 I 1: 



total 



.:---. :- laltes 

::ri\ Par _ J : ." -: 

RlaiHh-5 «arm-M»1 hmr 7;:" .-£::•; 7 1-f 5 ";. 

:::--.- 7 r"i: lo. Ire-' l : 
-.ill. iiilli-jt 1. 

SfcrSj PfflnmtLi - ; . _-"-" 

Sfcri] terM.1t Bo. _ : " - "■ 

total 

Storij PEBnnm.1l Bo. :: :-: 
1 ane Boa] 
Stri$ P89ram.lt Bos. :: 1- 

: ttafiractorSes 
Stacij Panri.1l lo. 350-1 (to) 

5-rir r'errci: !i . -_--: 

Strif PmcuM lo. '-."-: 

Starif PsnidLIt Bo. ~ : ."-: 

5:ri7 Panri.1l Bo. " : "-_ 

5:--.: Panrii lo. ~-."- r 



?=;■-■? tfctte 



"i-f. fee 
Fayette 
i i;-f : ite 

Pa ette 

T wye -. its 



T i;--f ifclfee 
Fayette 
7 hot -. te 



i aye it&e 
7 ayetfe 



7 aye I be 

7 =. .-f ::■? 
Fayel ie 



_ . !j : : 

- : 



;. wi 

_ . 



:.::■: 



- - •■ 



::: 



I 


:: 


: 


: - 


: 


:; 


a 


;; 


: 


131 



i 


171 


1 


12 


: 


171 


: 


1: 




:- 



Faye! be 




: 


m 


Rayatfa 


6,271 


: 


m 


Fays -.-..? 


131 


l 


si 


Fayette 
Fayette 


131 : . " 

13,72fl 

- • 


u 
a 





506 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operation 



County 









No. of 




Aver- 


No. of 


Non- 


Average 


age 


Fatal 


fatal 


Total No. of 


Days 


Acci- 


Acci- 


Production Employes 


Worked 


dents 


dents 



Macar Services & Supply Co. 



Strip Permit No. 


656-1 




Strip Permit No. 


656-2 




ihoning, Paul V. 






Strip Permit No. 


61*1* -1 




mallen Coke Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


281-2 


(a) 


Strip Permit No. 


281-3 


(a) 


Strip Permit No. 


281-1* 




Strip Permit No. 


281-5 


(a) 


Strip Permit No. 


281-6 





Total 



Oak Run Coal, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 863-1 
Ovitsky, Anthony B. 

Strip Permit No. 531-1 
Pennsylvania Mineral Co. 

Strip Permit Nos. 653-1 
Piccolomini, William 

Strip Permit No. 159-U 
Pontorero & Sons Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 237-9 
Purco Coal Co., Inc. 



& 3 



Strip Permit No. 


1*13-1* 


Strip Permit No. 


1*13-7 


Strip Permit No. 


1*13-8 (a) 


Puskar, John 




Strip Permit No. 


U2U-1 (a) 


Reese Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


888-1 


Rondell Co. , Inc. 




Strip Permit Nos 


. 511-2,3 t 


Strip Permit No. 


511-8 


Ruane -Arnold Coal 


Co. 


Strip Permit No. 


589-1 


Strip Permit No. 


589-2 



Total 



Total 



Total 



Ruane Coal & Coke Co. 

Strip Permit No. 78-1 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 78-2 

1 

Soberdash Coal & Coke Co. 
Strip Permit No. 111-26 
Strip Permit No. 111-30 (a)' 
Strip Permit No. 111-32 



Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



111-33 
111-37 (a) 
111-39 (a) 
111-1*0 (a) 
111-U2 (a) 



Total 



Soloman & Teslovich 

Strip Permit No. 628-1 
Sycamore Tree Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 655-1 (a) 
Tedesco, William K. 

Strip Permit No. 329-8 
United States Steel Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 51*0-1 (a) 
West Penn Coal & Construction Co. 

Strip Permit No. 581-1 (a) 

Strip Permit Nos. 581-3 & U 

Total 



District 33 (Continued) 



Fayette 
Fayette 



Fayette 

Fayette 
Faye tte 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 



Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 
Fayette 



Fayette 
Fayette 



Fayette 
Fayette 



Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Faye tte 



Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 
Fayette 



1,152 

U50 



1,793 

1*,700 

200 
7,976 

37,839 

50,715 



12,1*21* 
5,200 

20,619 

319 

3,000 

3U,921 
37,863 
16,039 
88,823 



600 
13,81*5 



100 

5,000 
6,Uoo 

12,3U2 



3,600 



350 



6,600 



11, 1*01* 
20,517 
31,921 



1 117 

1 133 

1 189 

1 21 

2 117 

3 230 
"B 



100 

117 

178 

228 

63 

235 
22l* 
118 



11*2 
11*9 



39,885 
16,707 


6 
I* 


270 
112 


- 


_ 


56,592 


10 




- 


- 


18,278 
17,651* 


k 

3 


283 
233 


- 


- 


35,932 


7 




- 


- 


10,1*37 


1 
3 


53 
219 


- 


- 


10,1*37 


k 




- 


- 



3) 29 

) 109 

2 65 

1* 165 

2) 8 

) 18 

) 18 

) 27 



11 



23 
51 
76 

101 

105 

127 



Company and Operation 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Aver- 
Average age 
Total No. of Days 

County Production Employes Worked 



No. of 
No. of Non- 
Fatal fatal 
Acci- Acci- 
dents dents 



District 33 (Continued) 



507 



Whyel Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 503-13 (a) 

Strip Permit No. 503 -Hi (a) 

Strip Permit No. 503-15 (a) 

Strip Permit No. 503-17 



NOTE: 



Total 



District Total 



Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 
Fayette 



(a) Backfilling. 

(b) Clay mine encountering coal. 

(c) Same employes as at Strip Permit No. 750- 



13,397 



1* 151 

2 35 



31,629 
30,2*1*8 


7 
7 


95 

151 


- 


- 


lS,hlh 


20 




- 


- 


895,380 


210 


155 


- 


Li 



District }h 



Abruzzi & Rost 

Strip Permit No. 
Acko Coal Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 
Aloe Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit Nos, 



276-2 

561-1 



35-1 
35-2 



Altmire Brothers Coal Co., 

Strip Permit No. 29-15 

Ankeny, Donald K. 

Strip Permit No. 287-5 

Ansell Coal 

Strip Permit No. 288-1 

Apex Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. U97-3 

Bridge Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 1*81-2 

Strip Permit No. U81-3 

Brown Coal Co., C. if. 

Strip Permit No. 273-2 

Strip Permit No. 273-3 

Diamond Fuel Co. 

Strip Permit No. 555-1 

Dunkard Creek Coal, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 939-1 

Eidemiller, Inc., Adam 

Strip Permit No. 578-1 

Strip Permit No. 578-2 

Strip Permit No. 578-10 

Strip Permit No. 578-12 

Strip Permit No. 578 -11; 

Strip Permit No. 578-15 

Strip Permit No. 578-17 

Strip Permit No. 578-18 

Fiore, Fred 

Strip Permit No. 31*9-1* 
Fox, H. E. 

Strip Permit No. 198-1 
Geary Ridge Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 1*29-1 
Gorr, Richard 

Strip Permit No. 959-1 
Green, Inc., Walter 

Strip Permit No. 250-7 



Total 
Inc . 



Total 



Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Allegheny 
Alle gheny 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Allegheny 

Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Allegheny 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Indiana 

Indiana 

Westmoreland 

Allegheny 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 



61;, 071 

136,267 
333,71*3 
1*70,010 



26,132 
900 

2,861; 

36,775 



31,91*3 



108, 1*98 
30,51*9 

12,102 

13,781; 



165,233 



21,533 

2,586 

11,077 

1*95 

11*, 220 



67 
223 



78 
165 



TT 



3 


93 


1 


11; 


2 


155 


6 


181 



5,386 
6,209 


I4 

3 


137 

117 


- 


- 


11,595 


7 




- 


- 


20,731 
22,221; 


10) 

) 


121* 

135 


- 


- 


1*2,955 


10 




- 


- 



3 
9 

h) 

) 

) 
22 
11 

(a) 
12) 

) 



167 

101 

30 
15 
31 
126 
113 
36 

uu 

60 



h9 



2U0 
287 
267 
U5 
103 



508 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



Grimm Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 635-1 
Strip Permit No. 635-2 

Hall, J. M. 

Strip Permit No. lUl-3 
Homer City Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 38-7 
Kendi, Paul W. 

Strip Permit No. 570-1 

Strip Permit No. 570-2 

Kowalski, Frank 

Strip Permit No. 592-1 
Kutsenkow, George 

Strip Permit No. U12-U 
Latimer Brothers 

Strip Permit No. 955-1 
Marsolino Coal & Coke, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 71-19 
Mehrer, Emil 

Strip Permit No. 1*31-1 
Mikel Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 631-1 (b) 
Overly, L. W. 

Strip Permit No. 260-11 

Strip Permit No. 260-12 (b) 



Total 



Piccolomini, William 

Strip Permit No. 159-H 
Strip Permit No. 159-15 (b) 

Pittsburgh Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 275-1 

Rosini's, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 568-1 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 568-2 
Strip Permit No. 568-1; 

Tedesko, William K. 

Strip Permit No. 329-9 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 329-10 

Ulishney Fuel Co. 

Strip Permit No. 295-3 
Weinman Coal & Coke Co. 

Strip Permit No. 620-1 (c) 



Total 



District 3U (Continued] 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Westmoreland 

Allegheny 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 

Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Allegheny 

Alle gheny 
Allegheny 
Allegheny 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



Westmoreland 
Westmoreland 



3,965 
368 



U,333 



10,81*2 

31,1*57 

1,658 

2,596 

-TT72Tir 



1,730 
22,138 
359 
10,537 
2,U65 
7,1471; 



16,021 

17,235 
12,500 
10,360 



District Total 



NOTE: (a) Same employes as at Strip Permit Nos. 578-1, 2 and 10. 

(b) Completed. 

(c) Backfilling. 



25U 
72 



312 
252 



1 


58 


3 


291; 


2 


39 


h 


156 


3 


208 


1 


2l*7 


3) 


95 



8,205 
1,537 


3) 
) 


95 
21 


- 


- 


9,7U2 


3 




- 


- 


18,UU0 

10,253 


11) 
) 


U*2 
103 


- 


- 


28,693 


11 




- 


- 



9 252 

3) 97 

) 67 

2 ao 



1*0,095 


5 




- 


- 


950 
290 


3) 
) 


53 
36 


- 


- 


1,21*0 


3 




- 


- 


2,579 
1*90 


5 
2 


21 

18 


- 


- 


1,096,838 


251 


181* 


- 


3 



Ankeny, Donald K. 

Strip Permit No. 287-6 

B. & G. Construction Co., 

Strip Permit No. 25-1; 

Strip Permit No. 25-5 

Strip Permit No. 25-7 

Strip Permit No. 25-8 



District 35 








strong 


11*1,320 


11 


21*7 


strong 
strong 
strong 
strong 


1*1*, 037 

121;, 209 

51,052 

52,822 


10 
H; 

(a) 
13 


2 21; 
217 
111 
210 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



509 



Company and Operatic 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 35 (Continued) 



B. & G. Construction Co., Inc. (Continued) 


Auger - BAM-376 






Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-535 




Total 


Armstrong 


B. H. & H., Inc. 








Strip Permit No. 


617-1 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


617-2 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


617-3 




Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-521 




Total 


Armstrong 


Baughman Coal Co., 


Inc., R. 


D. 




Strip Permit No. 


151-35 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


151-Ul 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


151-5U 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


151-55 


Total 


Armstrong 


Black Fox Mining & 


Development Corp. 




Strip Permit No. 


289-6 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


289-7 


Total 


Armstrong 


Bryar Construction 


Corp. 






Strip Permit No. 


575-1 




Armstrong 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


18U-6 




Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-UU7 




Total 


Armstrong 


Compass Coal Co., 


Inc. 






Strip Permit No. 


33-6 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


33-8 




Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-U37 




Total 


Armstrong 


Fiore Development 


Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


305-8 




Armstrong 


Galando Coal Co. 








Strip Permit No. 


797-1 




Armstrong 


Harman Co., Inc., 


Paul C. 






Strip Permit No. 


322-9 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


322-11 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


322-13 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


322-15 


Total 


Armstrong 


Harmon Coal Corp. 








Strip Permit No. 


5iii-5 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


5lli-6 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


5Hi-9 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


SUi-io 




Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-U63 




Total 


Armstrong 


Houser, Earl 








Strip Permit No. 


163-1 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


163-2 




Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-U22 




Total 


Armstrong 


Houser Coal Co., Inc., Walte 


r L. 




Strip Permit No. 


56U-1 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


56U-2 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


56U-3 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


56U-U 




Armstrong 


Auger - BAM-332 




Total 


Armstrong 


Huff Coal Co. 








Strip Permit No. 


318 -a 




Armstrong 


L. & E. Construction & Equipment Co. 


Inc. 


Strip Permit No. 


26-U 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


26-9 




Armstrong 


Strip Permit No. 


26-10 




Armstrong 



6,371 

1,719 



77,180 
UO,978 
20,013 
10,563 



T77 -T 



56,967 

633 

8,628 

27,6U8 



--;•■. ■•■" 



5U,535 

8,000 

62,535 



20, 309 



18,7U1 
5,312 



12,272 

6U,333 

76,605 



993 

18,956 

7,800 

2U,905 

--.--:- 

58,322 



i,U75 

3,806 

10,236 



15,517 



829 

17,599 
6,lhh 
2,611 
3,999 

31,182 



2,U32 

32,U50 
9,03U 
0,107 

10U,591 



6) 



13 



12 239 
7 178 
7 107 

3 89 



29 



12) 161 

) 3 

) 56 

10 6U 



22 



270 



201 



19,190 

32,383 


16 
3 


89 

232 


: 


: 


51,573 


19 




- 


- 


10,869 
6,256 

7,629 


3) 
) 

2 


55 

102 

60 




- 


2li,75ii 


5 




- 


- 



c) 



13 



76 
1U5 



101 
223 



W 



6) 


hh 


) 


Ihh 


5) 


125 


) 


186 


h 


38 



2) 25 

) Uo 
3 5U 



l 
226 
U7 
50 



2 20 

8) 20U 

) 29 

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20 



510 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 

















No. of 












Aver- 


No. of 


Non- 










Average 


age 


Fatal 


fatal 








Total 


No. of 


Days 


Acci- 


Acci- 


Company and Operation 




County- 


Production 


Employes 


Worked 


dents 


dents 






District 


35 (Continued) 








Manor Minerals, Inc. 
















Strip Permit No. 333-U 




Armstrong 


- 


2) 


36 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 333-5 




Armstrong 


1,172 


) 


17 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U68 


Total 


Armstrong 


1,950 


h 


13 


- 


- 




3,122 


6 




- 


- 


Markle-Bullers Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. $0U-11 




Armstrong 


UO,3U8 


5 


250 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 50U-15 




Armstrong 


13,178 


6 


179 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 50U-25 




Armstrong 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U60 


Total 


Armstrong 


13,562 


3 


9U 


- 


1 




67,088 


15 




- 


1 


Martin Coal Co., James E. 
















Strip Permit No. U19-3 




Armstrong 


- 


5) 


23 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U19-U 


Total 
. J. 


Armstrong 


37,008 


) 


220 


- 


- 




37,008 


5 




- 


- 


Mclntire Coal Co., Inc., Wm 












Strip Permit No. 638 -1 




Armstrong 


UU,9u3 


h 


2U0 


- 


1 


Nicholson Run Coal Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 586-2 




Armstrong 


36,061 


7) 


56 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 586 -U 


Total 


Armstrong 


17U,153 


) 


22U 


- 


- 




210, 2U 


7 




- 


- 


North Cambria Fuel Co. 












Strip Permit No. 10-31 




Armstrong 


8,071 


1 


53 


- 


- 


P. & L. Coal Co., Inc. 
















Strip Permit No. 115-3 




Armstrong 


92,87k 


12) 


lhl 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 115 -U 


Total 


Armstrong 


30,118 


) 


66 


- 


- 




122,992 


12 




- 


- 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 












Strip Permit No. 32-53 




Armstrong 


1,150 


7) 


23 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 32-58 


Total 


Armstrong 


h,9hl 


) 


87 


- 


- 




6,097 


7 




- 


- 


R. & R. Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 579-1 




Armstrong 


13,153 


2) 


162 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 579-2 




Armstrong 


3,112 


) 


60 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U32 


Total 


Armstrong 


800 


3 


15 


- 


- 




17,365 


5 




- 


- 


Reddinger Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 31U-10 




Armstrong 


68,172 


7 


250 


- 


1 


Strip Permit No. 3Hi-12 




Armstrong 


U,333 


9) 


16 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 31b-lU 




Armstrong 


1,000 


) 


8 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 31ii-l5 


Total 


Armstrong 


1,200 


) 


8 


- 


- 




7U,705 


16 




- 


1 


Riverera Land Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 583-1 




Armstrong 


3,681 


2 


58 


- 


- 


ROB Coal Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 5U2-3 




Armstrong 


26,U22 


7 


180 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-529 


Total 
Co. 


Armstrong 


2,890 


2 


20 


- 


- 




29,312 


9 




- 


- 


Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal 












Strip Permit No. U82-5 




Armstrong 


235,635 


17 


262 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U82-7 




Armstrong 


38,856 


5 


151 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U82-8 




Armstrong 


190,318 


6 


207 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U80 


Total 


Armstrong 


5,5Ul 


3 


3U 


- 


- 




U70,350 


31 




- 


- 


S. & S. Coal Co., Inc. 
















Strip Permit No. 577-1 




Armstrong 


27,150 


3 


200 


- 


- 


Smith, J. Merle 
















Strip Permit No. 226-3 




Armstrong 


21,655 


3 


189 


- 


- 


State Industries, Inc. 
















Strip Permit No. U35-6 




Armstrong 


U,960 


k) 


6 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U35-8 




Armstrong 


9,1*01 


) 


8 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U35-9 




Armstrong 


12,958 


6) 


13 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U35-10 




Armstrong 


36,736 


) 


Uo 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. U35-11 




Armstrong 


576 


2 


2 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-377 




Armstrong 


U,199 


2 


7 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U31 


Total 


Armstrong 


923 


) 


1 


- 


- 




69,753 


LU 




- 


~.— . 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



511 



Company and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents der.ts 



District 35 (Continued) 



Toy, Edwin W. 

Strip Permit No. 81-16 
Strip Permit No. 81-17 

West Freedom Mining Corp. 
Strip Permit No. 68-21 
Auger - BAM -1*71* 

Wolcott, Dale M. 

Strip Permit No. 397-2 



Total 



Armstrong 
Armstrong 



Armstrong 
Armstrong 



Armstrong 



District Total 



NOTE: (a) Employes included with those at Strip Permit No. 25-1*. 

(b) Employes included with those at Strip Permit Nos. 56U-3 & I*. 



36,862 


9) 
) 


231 
20 


_ 


_ 


3^,32? 


9 




- 


- 


57.198 
9,556 


16 

3 


287 
108 


- 


1 


66,751* 


19 




- 


1 


9,h26 


2 


209 


_ 


_ 


2,1*61*, 026 


38U 


179 


- 


7 



District 36 



AH-RS Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 81*7-1 

Allegheny Mineral Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 571-1 

Allison Engineering Co. 

Strip Permit No. 39-20 

Strip Permit No. 39-23 

Strip Permit No. 39-27 

Strip Permit No. 39-28 

Strip Permit No. 39-29 

Strip Permit No. 39-30 

Strip Permit No. 39-33 

Strip Permit No. 39-31* 

Strip Permit No. 39-38 

C. & K. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. l*-l*7 

Strip Permit No. I* -51* 

Strip Permit No. l*-55 

Strip Permit No. l*-57 

Strip Permit No. l*-60 

Strip Permit No. 1*-61* 

Strip Permit No. U-67 

Strip Permit No. I* -68 

Strip Permit No. U-69 

Strip Permit No. l*-70 

Strip Permit No. 1*-71 

Strip Permit No. U-72 

Strip Permit No. l*-73 

Strip Permit No. l*-7l* 

Strip Permit No. l*-75 

Strip Permit No. l*-76 

Strip Permit No. l*-78 

Strip Permit No. l*-8l 

Strip Permit No. l*-82 

Strip Permit No. U-83 



Total 



Total 



Carroll, Patrick 

Strip Permit No. 595-2 
Cotterman Coal Co., W. A. 

Strip Permit No. 603-5 
Dean Contractors, Inc., Ernest C. 

Strip Permit No. 379-17 

Strip Permit No. 379-18 



Clarion 

Clarion 

Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clari on 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 



Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clari on 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 



Clarion 
Clarion 



Clarion 
Clarion 



36,568 
5,m 

105, 3U0 

30,390 

70,950 

39,875 

12,595 

37,775 

6,180 

6,1*50 

7,1U0 

316,695 



93,120 

51,751* 

117,890 

58,692 

106,507 

88,590 

91*, 379 

516,852 

139,359 

U9,387 

11*1,711 

263,679 

68,127 

91,363 

187, 1*10 

11*3,591* 

171,990 

11,775 

37,792 

3U,60U 

2,1*68,575 



5,192 

8,071* 

12,610 
6,620 



12 
6 
11* 
7 
1* 
8 

6) 
) 
) 



210 



283 

298 

235 

288 

132 

250 

77 

1*8 

U8 



57 



(12)(a) 225 

( 9)(a) 60 

11 336 

15 121 

15 190 
(13)(a) 167 

16 156 
22 361 
H* 359 

(ll*)(a) 96 
11* 359 



361 
276 
182 
356 
311 
173 



( 6)(a) 71* 

(10)(a) 91 

7 78 



203 



11 

(io)0 



11*7 
31 



512 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operatic 



bounty 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
roduction Employes Worked dents dents 



District 36 (Continued) 



Dean Contractors, Inc., Ernest C. (Continued) 



Strip Permit No. 


379-19 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


379-21 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


379-22 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


379-23 


Clari on 


Strip Permit No. 


379-2U 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


379-25 


Clarion 


Fairhill Coal Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


602-2 


Clarion 


H. & G. Coal & Clay Co., Inc. 




Strip Permit No. 


75-23 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


75-21 

Total 


Clarion 


Jack Brotners Construction Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


U50-8 


Clarion 


Martin Coal Co., James E. 




Strip Permit No. 


U19-5 


Clarion 


Mauersberg Coal Co 






Strip Permit No. 


3UU-7 


Clari on 


Strip Permit No. 


3UJU-8 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3UU-11 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3Uii-l6 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3hh-17 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3Uli-l8 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3UU-19 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3Ul*-20 

Total 


Clari on 


Mays Coal Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


210-U 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


210-5 

Total 


Clarion 


Miles Coal Co., Clyde 




Strip Permit No. 


509-5 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


509-6 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


509-7 

Total 


Clarion 


Minich Coal Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


U15-5 


Clarion 


Phillips, Merle H. 






Strip Permit No. 


613-2 


Clarion 


Reddinger Coal Co. 


, Inc. 




Strip Permit No. 


311* -8 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


31U-11 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3U-13 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


3LU-1U 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


311i-l6 

Total 


Clarion 


Stahlman Coal Co., 


Inc. , W. P. 




Strip Permit No. 


9-28 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


9-33 


Clari on 


Strip Permit No. 


9-35 


Clarion 


General Workmen 


Total 


Clarion 


Vantage Coal Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


79U-1 


Clarion 


W. & M. Coal Co. 






Strip Permit No. 


787-1 


Clarion 


Wilson, John N. 






Strip Permit No. 


502-3 


Clarion 


Zacherl Coal Co., 


Inc. 




Strip Permit No. 


73-16 


Clarion 


Strip Permit No. 


73-17 


Clarion 



Total 



District Total 



5,390 


12 31 


U0,927 


11 167 


3,989 


(10)(a) 53 


9,998 


(Ui)(a) 60 


20,957 


15 129 


27,5U1 


(ll)(a) 83 


120,332 


U9 



12,17h 

10,186 

7 ,13U 

1-7,1314 



19,570 

22,755 

5,671 

930 

31,U19 



29,772 
5,062 

5,632 



121,519 
79,555 



j:-,: -7 - 



33,767 

h9,602 
6.238 



27,907 

9,U30 

11,320 

13,600 

18,970 

5,877 

1,U32 



51,199 



71,80U 

16,051 

9,927 



97,782 



308,593 

632 

7,550 



306 



121 
68 



( 2)(a) 
( D(a) 

6 

5 
( 5)(a) 

5 

1 
( D(a) 



188 

271 

113 
19 

2U6 
19 
18 

177 
90 
80 



17 



32U 
307 



-_ 



U 250 

8 237 

( 2)(a) U8 



12 



267 
203 



( 5)(a) 99 

( 6)(a) 81 

7 88 

7 U6 

h 50 



IE 



8 30U 

7) 2U7 

) U9 

13 27U 
78 



19 182 

2 109 

3 17U 



82,115 

111,212 


6 
7 


17U 
231 


- 


1 


196,327 


13 




- 


1 


1,111,853 


U67 


252 


- 


7 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



513 



Company and Operation 



C: ..-.:•■• 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Produotior. Era: loves Worked der.ts der.is 



District 36 (Continued) 

NOTE: (a) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this company and 
in this District. 



District 37 



Allied Fuel & Materials, 
Strip Permit No. U71-6 
Strip Permit No. U71-7 

B. & D. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 558-3 
Carroll, Patrick 

Strip Permit No. 595-1 
Chutz Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 650-1 
Goetz Coal Co., Wm. 0. 

Strip Permit No. 193-5 

Strip Permit No. 193-6 



Inc. 



Total 



T:tal 



H. & G. Coal & Clay Co. 
Strip Permit No. 75-16 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 75-19 (a) 

Total 

Jack Brothers Construction Co. 
Strip Permit No. U50-7 
Strip Permit No. U50-9 (a) 

Total 

Kahle Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 66-10 (a) 

Mineral Hill Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 515-2 
Strip Permit No. 515-3 (b) 



Pengrove Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 7U-1 

Strip Permit No. 7U-6 (a) 

Strip Permit No. 7U-7 

Siegel Coal Co., Harold A. 

Strip Permit No. 8-11 

Strip Permit No. 8-15 (a) 

Strip Permit No. 8-16 (b) 

Strip Permit No. 8-17 



:.--=.: 



Total 



Total 



Stiles Co., G. A. 

Strip Permit No. 106-1 (a) 
Weaver & Sons, A. P. 

Strip Permit No. lWi-12 

Strip Permit No. llji-19 

General Workmen 

Winger Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. U01-5 (a) 
Strip Permit No. U01-6 

Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 73-10 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 73-lU (b) 



Total 



Total 



District Total 



Venango 
Venango 



Venango 

Clarion 

Venango 

Venango 
Venango 



'lari on 
Clarion 



Venango 
Venango 



Clarion 

Venango 
Venango 



Venango 
Venango 

Venango 



Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 
Clarion 



Clarion 

Clarion 
Clari on 
Clarion 



Venango 
Venango 



Clarion 
Clarion 



55,953 



T^ET 



U3,U58 
22,662 
21.53- 



5.-5 



-.531 
23,580 

5,:5- 



Il3,?c2 



29,382 

33,887 
72,331 



255 



12 



315 
h 26h 

3 23u 



9,569 
1,757 


3 
1 


1__ 
219 


- 


- 


11,326 


_ 




- 


- 




2 


17 


- 


- 


- 


2 




- 


- 


9,881 

10,936 


5) 
) 


1U3 

166 


- 


- 


20,il= 


5 




- 


- 



■_: 



35,95U 
3,090 


7 327 
2 93 


_ 


_ 


}9,0hL 


9 


- 


- 


1*2,129 
U9,660 

19,25U 


6 258 
( 7)(c) 127 

io 51 


- 


- 


111,1-3 


16 


- 


- 



9 288 

( 2)(c) U0 

6 251 

18 180 



33 



2JU6 

306 
306 
306 



106, 2lb 


23 




- 


- 


36,U75 
lu,785 


9) 
) 


222 
66 


- 


- 


51,260 


9 




- 


- 


U,932 


2) 
) 


LU0 
6 


- 


- 


U,932 


2 




- 


- 


67U,116 


mi 


2U5 


- 


2 



514 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 37 (Continued) 

(a) Completed. 

(b) Backfilling. 

(c) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 

in this District. 

«** 

District 38 



Baughman Coal Co., 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Auger - BAM-U88 
Auger - BAM-U99 



Inc., R. 

151-U6 

151 -U7 

151 -U8 

151-50 

151-51 

151-52 

151-53 

151-56 

151-57 



Total 



Boyer Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 269-6 
Brubaker Brothers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 53-U 
Calhoun, Dwight M. 

Strip Permit No. 262-1 
Doan Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 15U-9 
Doverspike Brothers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 567-6 

Strip Permit No. 567-8 

East Branch Equipment Co. 
Strip Permit No. 112-8 
Auger - BAM-U89 

Emery, Robert L. 

Strip Permit No. U78-7 

Strip Permit No. U78-8 

Strip Permit No. 2*78-9 



, Inc. 



Total 



Total 



Esquire Fuel Co. 

Strip Permit No. 263-6 

Fetterman Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 61*8-2 

Gearhart, Alvin 

Strip Permit No. 632-5 

Glenn Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 3U3-13 
Strip Permit No. 3U3-1U 
Strip Permit No. 3U3-15 
Strip Permit N . 3U3-16 

H. & G. Coal & Clay Co. 
Strip Permit No. 75-17 

Hamilton Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 11*3-12 
Strip Permit No. li*3-Hi 
Strip Permit No. 11*3 -15 
Auger - BAM-528 

Kann, John 

Strip Permit No. 621-1 



Total 



Total 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 



Jefferson 

Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 

Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



5,U13 

12,11*1* 
22,71*1* 
10,61*2 
U0, 353 
3U,U12 
10,910 
23,033 
11,202 
7,322 

871 

179, 0U6" 



13,600 
l*,2l*l* 
5,582 

27,026 



l*5o 

U,235 



S3, 1*90 



l*,99l* 



10) 

) 

) 

9) 
) 
9 
3 
9 
6 
3) 



21 

1*5 

11*3 

38 

21*5 

ill 

26 

115 

90 

86 

10 



T 



2 2U6 

3 283 
2 230 
8 276 



23,363 
103,505 


8 
9 


172 
293 


: : 


126,H6ti 


17 




- 


1*1*, 210 
16,590 


8 
3 


21*0 
11*6 


- 


60,800 


11 




- 


13,070 

11*, 190 

8,660 


6 
( U)(« 
( 3)0 


108 
129 
1) 56 


- 


35,920 


6 




- 



15 



67,661* 


6 


259 


1,777 


( 2)(a) 


7 


9,865 


( 3)(a) 


100 


U,18U 


h 


21 



113 



- 


( 3)(a) 


77 


7,917 


6 


7U 


13,880 


( 5)(a) 


178 


901 


2 


10 



U9,67U 



266 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



515 



Company and Operatic 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 38 (Continued) 



Markle-Bullers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 50U-8 

Strip Permit No. 50U-13 

Strip Permit No. 50U-20 

Strip Permit No. 50U-21 

Strip Permit No. 50U-22 

Strip Permit No. 50^-23 

Minns Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 138-10 

Strip Permit No. 138-11 
Auger - BAM-U05 
Office 

Moore Coal Co., Everett 

Strip Permit No. 157-9 

Strip Permit No. 157-11 

Strip Permit No. 157-12 

P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 32-UO 

Strip Permit No. 32-U9 

Strip Permit No. 32-51 

Strip Permit No. 32-55 

Strip Permit No. 32-57 

Strip Permit No. 32-61 
Auger - BAM-UOO 
Auger - BAM-527 

Pascaret, James 

Strip Permit No. 23-2 

Phillips Coal Co., Jack 

Strip Permit No. 183-8 

R.E.M. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 932-1 

Snyder, Marlin L. 

Strip Permit No. 395-2 

StahLman Coal Co., Inc.. 

Strip Permit No. 9-32 

Strip Permit No. 9-3U 

Strip Permit No. 9-36 

Strip Permit No. 9-37 



Total 



W. P. 



Starr Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 
Strishock Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 



368 -U 

2LU-7 
21U-9 



Sugar Hill Limestone Co. 

Strip Permit No. U96-6 
Vetica Construction Co. 

Strip Permit No. 627-1 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 
,Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 



Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 
Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 
Jefferson 

Jefferson 
Jefferson 



31,627 
9,U55 
6,9U9 
1,918 
3,768 
66,555 
120,272 



UO,99l 
16,U86 
g7,h77 



2,oao 

12,688 



iir2~ 



10,050 

65,11*9 

U,912 

23,663 

37,153 

11,773 

2,6U7 

3,377 

158, 72U 



2,U87 
5,099 
U,255 

101,331 

52,669 

50,135 

2,653 

206,788 



3U,600 



6 2U1 

11 67 

( U)(a) U5 

( U)(a) 27 

( 5)(a) 72 

( 9)(a) 157 



17 



11 260 

:iO)(a) 30 

1 106 

1 261 



13 



9) 



6 1U7 

18 26U 

( D(a) 1U 

13 117 

(I2)(a) 180 

( 6)(a) 127 

3) 13 

) 33 



U0 



79 

51 

31 

16U 

305 

8 258 

7 2U5 

( 8)(a) U7 



27 



203 



District Total 



(a) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 
in this District. 



UO,650 
3,U50 


8 
3 


302 
38 


- 


- 


uu,ioo 


11 




- 


- 


U3,151 
11,350 


3 
3 


271 
236 


- 


- 


1,322,527 


265 


217 


- 


5 



516 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 

















No. of 












Aver- 


No. of 


Non- 










Average 


age 


Fatal 


fatal 








Total 


No. of 


Days 


Acci- 


Acci- 


Company and Operation 




County- 


Production 


Employes 


Worked 


dents 


dents 






District 


39 










Arcadia Co., Inc., The 
















Strip Permit No. 16U-9 




Indiana 


- 


1 


115 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 16U-10 




Indiana 


16,296 


3 


273 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 16U-13 




Indiana 


26,813 


7 


290 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. I6U-IJ4 




Indiana 


17,721 


3 


2U1 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 16U-15 




Indiana 


8,926 


h 


211i 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 16U-16 




Indiana 


12,721 


( 100 


1) 219 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 16U-17 




Indiana 


33,528 


ii 


266 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 16U-18 




Indiana 


9,718 


( 100 


123 


- 


1 


Strip Permit No. 16U-19 




Indiana 


'9,820 


( 100 


123 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U66 


Total 


Indiana 


3,670 


3 


Uo 


- 


- 




139,213 


25 




- 


1 


Beilchick Brothers 
















Strip Permit No. 95-1 




Indiana 


20,503 


7 


213 


- 


- 


Benjamin Coal Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 6U-16 




Indiana 


32,2U2 


8 


18U 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6U-38 




Indiana 


52,972 


11) 


199 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 61±-62 


Total 


Indiana 


ll,53h 


) 


76 


- 


- 




96,7^8 


19 




- 


- 


Bozzo, Inc., Frank B. 












Strip Permit No. 669-1 




Indiana 


66,U92 


8 


231 


- 


- 


Burns, Richard L. 
















Strip Permit No. 600-1 




Indiana 


- 


1 


U9 


- 


- 


Eidemiller, Inc., Adam 
















Strip Permit No. 578-17 




Indiana 


3l,50U 


11 


58 


- 


- 


Fello, Thomas A. 
















Strip Permit No. 572-1 




Indiana 


12,732 


2 


180 


- 


- 


Fetterman Coal Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 61*8-1 (b) 


1 


Indiana 


3,700 


2 


61* 


- 


- 


Hawk Brothers Contracting Co. 














Strip Permit No. 121-6 




Indiana 


207,293 


111 


286 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 121-7 


Total 


Indiana 


165,356 


10 


286 


- 


- 




' 372, 6U9 


2k 




- 


- 


Head Coal Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 12U-5 




Indiana 


8,937 


5) 


2U3 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 12U-6 




Indiana 


501 


) 


22 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-511 (b) 


Total 


Indiana 


16,239 


3 


101 


- 


- 




25,677 


« 




- 


- 


Lamkie Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 107-5 (b} 


1 


Indiana 


3,382 


3 


160 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 107-6 




Clearfield 


10,592 


3 


187 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 107-7 


Total 


Indiana 


12,307 


3 


182 


- 


- 




26,2H1 


9 




- 


- 


Leasure Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 563-1 (b] 


1 


Indiana 


9,577 


2 


188 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 563-2 (b] 


1 


Indiana 


25,U89 


h 


172 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 563-3 




Indiana 


3U,66U 


5) 


182 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 563-U 




Indiana 


12,U02 


) 


59 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U21 (b) 




Indiana 


2,132 


3) 


10 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U38 (b) 


Total 


Indiana 


5,099 


) 


38 


- 


- 




89,363 


11* 




- 


- 


Marian Center Mining Co. 












Strip Permit No. 212-U 




Indiana 


21,786 


6 


223 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 212-5 


Total 


Indiana 


19,U89 


3 


150 


- 


- 




Ul,275 


9 




- 


- 


Markle-Bullers Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 50U-16 




Indiana 


3,105 


li 


23 


- 


- 


Mears Coal Co. 
















Strip Permit No. 3-7 




Indiana 


10, 299 


3 


267 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 3-8 




Indiana 


10,062 


2 


272 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 3-9 




Indiana 


20,153 


2 


275 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 3-11 




Indiana 


6,UU6 


2 


81 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U35 




In'diana 


3,15a 


3) 


U2 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U71 


Total 


Indiana 


7,556 


) 


69 


- 


- 




57,670 


12 




- 


- 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



517 



Company and Operation 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 39 



Monnie Coal Co., S. C. 

Strip Permit No. 58-11 
Morchesky Trucking & Excavating Co. 

Strip Permit No. 6U3-1 
Morrone Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 27-5 
North Cambria Fuel Co. 

Strip Permit No. 10-21 

Strip Permit No. 10-22 

Strip Permit No. 10-23 

Strip Permit No. 10-25 

Strip Permit No. 10-26 

Strip Permit No. 10-27 

Strip Permit No. 10-29 

Strip Permit No. 10-30 



Old Home Manor, Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 6l5-l 
Strip Permit No. 6l5-2 
Auger - BAM-502 (b) 



Total 



Total 



Peles Coal Co., Inc. 


Strip Permit No. 


612-1 (b) 


Strip Permit No. 


612-2 


Phillips Coal Co., 


Jack 


Strip Permit No. 


183-6 (b) 


Polar Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


597-1 


Strip Permit No. 


597-2 


Red Gap Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


U33-5 


Rosensteel, C. L. 




Strip Permit No. 


26U-U 


Strip Permit No. 


261; -5 


Auger - BAM-U92 





Total 



Total 



Selected Fuels, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. U66-8 (b) 
Strip Permit No. U66-9 

Siverd Brothers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 513-1 
Smith & Sons Coal Co., W. A. 

Strip Permit No. 330-1; 
Valley Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 665-1 
Weiner, John 

Strip Permit No. 630-1 



Indiana 

Indiana 

Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 



Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 



Indiana 
Indiana 



Indiana 
Indiana 



Indiana 

Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 
Indiana 



5,013 
21,822 

l,l2h 

39,595 
19,U25 

57,1436 

72,857 
15,811; 

31,988 



19,331 



19,331 



18,779 

21;, 850 
18,810 
2U,2U8 



8,U90 

1;9,W;5 
1,039 



12 
15) 



159 

71 

179 

207 
15U 

35 
281 
288 

Ul 
119 



26,716 


8 


126 


- 


- 


263,831 


67 




- 


1 


175,333 

339 

U,oUU 


20) 

) 

3 


25U 
19 
11 


- 


- 


179,716 


23 




- 


- 


18,968 
35, 33U 


3 

3 


81 
205 


- 


- 


5U,302 


6 




- 


- 



257 

21; 



287 

125 

131 

119 



67,908 


7 




- 


- 


9,856 
7,828 


h) 

) 


163 
90 


- 


- 


n,btih 


h 




- 


- 



2 


220 


1 


67 


5 


165 


1 


U9 



District Total 



1,695,706 



291 



207 



NOTE: (a) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 
in this District, 
(b) Completed. 



District U0 



Be achy & Be achy Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 190-1 



Somerset 



737 



133 



518 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



No. of 

No. of Non- 



Total 



Average 
No. of 



Days 



Fatal 
Acci- 



Company and Operatic 



County 



Production Employes Worked dents 



fatal 
Acci- 
dents 



Black Diamond Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 825-1 

Brant Mining Co. 

Strip Permit No. 610-1 

Cardinal Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 618-2 
Strip Permit No. 6l8-2(A] 
Strip Permit No. 618-3 

Coal Junction Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. U5-8 
Strip Permit No. hS-9 



Total 



Croner, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 



11*8-2 
Hi8-3 
11*8-1* 
11*8-8 
1U8-9 
11*8-12 



Decker Construction Co. 
Strip Permit No. 2-U 
Strip Permit No. 2-5 

Doraville Enterprises 
Strip Permit No. 670-1 

Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc., 
Strip Permit No. 216-22 
Strip Permit No. 216-28 
Strip Permit No. 216-29 

General Refractories Co. 
Strip Permit No. 560-2 

Glessner, James Stoy 
Strip Permit No. 979-1 

Ohler, Leo 

Strip Permit No. 526-1 

PBS Coals, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 222-19 

Penn Pocohantas Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 651-1 
Strip Permit No. 651-2 
Strip Permit No. 651-3 
Strip Permit No. 651-5 
Strip Permit No. 651-6 
Strip Permit No. 651-8 

S. & S. Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 53U-1 
Strip Permit No. 53U-3 

Sanner Brothers Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 308-6 
Strip Permit No. 308-7 
Strip Permit No. 308-8 
Strip Permit No. 308-9 

Scurfield, William 

Strip Permit No. 256-3 
Strip Permit No. 256-7 

Shaffer, Walter 

Strip Permit No. 776-1 



Total 

Total 

M. F. 
(b) 
Total 
(c) 



Total 



Total 



District 1*0 (Continued) 



Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 



Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



1,200 

2,800 

25,225 
9,311 



26,727 

33,566 

U,295 

19,1*22 

57,2tf3 



l*,i5o 

6,260 

6,1*26 

89,585 

63,861 
15,911* 
50,1*75 
97,726 
11,928 
1,371 
21*1,2 75 



32,000 
25,900 
57,900 



2,936 
53,336 
32,650 
1*3,661* 



132,586 



1*3,500 
25,875 
69,375 



72 

mo 



(13)(a) 165 
25) 39 



1,588 


) 


26 


- 


- 


36,12U 


25 




- 


- 


190 
98,3U1 


12) 
) 


5 
235 


- 


1 


98,531 


12 




- 


1 



U,l6U 


( 5)(a) 


106 


11,370 


6 


121* 


35,596 


8 


267 


31,538 


7 


286 


10,1*08 


( 6)(a) 


151* 


23,829 


9 


153 



116,905 


30 




- 


- 


25,381 

i*,iai* 


3 
2 


286 
187 


- 


- 


29,525 


5 




- 


- 



1* 275 

11 202 

( 6)(a) 172 

( 7)(a) 75 



11 



27 



50 
296 



27U 



.0 


268 


2 


216 


6 


230 


-5 


21*9 


3) 


167 


) 


36 



180 

169 



10 



9) 


25 


) 


300 


8 


238 


5 


287 



212 
258 



12 



7,5U6 



269 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



519 



Company and Operation 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District UO (Continued) 



Slifco Brothers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 257-1 (b) 

Smith, John J. 

Strip Permit No. 652-1 

Star Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 55U-1 

Svonavec, Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 553-5 (d) 

Strip Permit No. 553-6 

Strip Permit No. 553-7 (d) 

Strip Permit No. 553-8 

Strip Permit No. 553-9 



Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 



831 



2,U27 

1,675 
95,970 

6,517 
39,055 



^~T— 



3 

( 3)(a) 

( 3)(a) 

7 
( U)(a) 
"TZ 



195 

123 
299 

39 
170 

69 
153 

10 



District Total 



1,131,110 



2?3 



N0TS: (a) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Companyand 
in this District. 

(b) Backfilling. 

(c) All employes and days worked are charged to clay mining. 

(d) Completed. 



District Ul 



Alumbaugh Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 8U-6 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 8U-7 
Strip Permit No. 8U-8 



Badger 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 
Auger 


:oal Co. 

Permit No. 325-3 
Permit No. 325 -U 
Permit No. 325-5 
- BAM-U65 (b) 


Bigan, 
Strip 
Strip 


John E. 
Permit No. 
Permit No. 


291-3 
291-U 



r:-al 



Brant Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 19U-2 
Strip Permit No. 19U-3 
Strip Permit No. 19U-U 
Auger - BAM-U97 (b) 



(b) 



'=- 



. : -ai 



. & P. Coal Co., 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Auger - BAM-U8U 



Inc. 

. 298 -h 
298-5 
298-6 



w 



Catal 



Costantino Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 211-6 (a) 

Diamond T Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 5UU-1 
Strip Permit No. 5bli-2 



East Ridge Mining, Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 720-1 

Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc., 
Strip Permit No. 216-2U 
Strip Permit No. 216-27 
Strip Permit No. 216-30 



Total 



M. F. 



Total 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



U6,737 

3,665 

15,135 
65,^7 



30,997 
30,900 
11,797 

8,U00 

— — ^~ 



8,930 

••:■"-:• 
L2,V73 



7,897 
106,705 

16,869 



:- '.:;•' 



972 

8,356 

111 

7,U37 



zrrr 



2,893 

11,897 
UJi,717 



J c.i:_ 



3-.!-^ 

U6,869 

1,915 

32,928 



LU 290 

3 63 

ili ioU 



3 262 

3) 270 

) 72 



::• 



7) 90 

) 299 

2 136 

3 160 



30 

Ul 

15 



32 



226 



T^ 



285 

23 ; 



520 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 1*1 (Continued) 



Glessner, Jr., Robert H. 
Strip Permit No. 221-9 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 221-10 

Godin Coal Co., Joseph 
Strip Permit No. 1*09-9 
Strip Permit No. 1*09-1? 
Auger - BAM-522 

Lasky Construction Co., Inc. 



Total 



Strip 


Permit No. 


217-1 


Strip 


Permit No. 


217-3 (a) 


Strip 


Permit No. 


217-5 


PBS Coals, Inc. 




Strip 


Permit No. 


222-6 


Strip 


Permit No. 


222-17 


Auger 


- BAM-500 (b) 


Richards, Kenneth 


G. 


Strip 


Permit No. 


1*53-2 (a) 


Roxby Coal Co., Robert 


Strip 


Permit No. 


5U6-2 (a) 


Shaffer, 


, Myron 




Strip 


Permit No. 


359-3 


Svonavec Coal Co. 




Strip 


Permit No. 


209-11* (a) 


Three "S" Coal Co. 




Strip 


Permit No. 


82U-1 


W. W. Coal Co., Inc. 


Strip 


Permit No. 


59U-1 


Strip 


Permit No. 


59U-2 


Auger 


- BAM-5H* 





Total 



Total 
Weaver, Lorain 

Strip Permit No. 286-3 (b) 

Strip Permit No. 286 -It (b) 

Total 
Windber High Standard Coal Co., Inc, 

Strip Permit No. 21*6-3 (a) 

Strip Permit No. 21*6-1* 

Strip Permit No. 21*6-6 (a) 

Auger - BAM-U18 

Auger - BAM-U56 (b) 



Total 



Zubek & Yantus 

Strip Permit No. 332-5 
Strip Permit No. 332-6 
Strip Permit No. 332-7 
Auger - BAM-1*90 (b) 



(b) 



Total 



District Total 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 
Somerset 



(a) 
(b) 
(c) 



2,232 
29,986 



32,218 


8 




- 


- 


56,573 

15,562 

5,U70 


1U) 

) 

2 


259 
52 

l*o 


- 


1 


77,605 


16 




- 


1 


5U,916 
3U,266 
18,269 


8 

7) 
) 


255 

22l* 
109 


- 


- 


107,1*51 


15 




- 


- 


83,865 

97,91*0 

2,073 


19 

22 

3 


262 

259 

39 


- 


1 
1 


1«3,878 


1*1* 




- 


2 



20,300 

7,329 

15,288 

36,386 

30,957 

7,901 

16,337 

T57T9T 



10,633 
26,725 

105 

1*,099 

li,562 



7,500 

1,300 

9,900 

10,100 



2tt,tt00 



1,158,1*65 



2 


139 


1* 


261 


2 


281 


5 


180 


10 


171 


1* 
3 
3 


299 
127 
119 



2 

1* 
( D(c) 
( D(c) 

3 



209 
279 

31 

1 

39 



6 

3)(c) 

3)(c) 

3 



158 
35 
96 
78 



261 



217 



Backfilling. 
Completed. 

Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this 
in this District. 



Company and 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



521 



Company and Operatic 



Total 
Producti xi 



Average 
No. of 

Employes 



Aver- No. of 

age Fatal 

Days Acci- 

Worked dents 



No. of 
Non- 
fatal 
Acci- 
dents 



District U2 



Ace Drilling Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 218-6 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 218-8 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 218-10 



rotal 



Bender, E. P. 

Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



593-3 (b) 
593-5 (b) 
593-7 



: - - = : 



Bigan Coal Co., Mike 

Strip Permit No. 657-1 
Cooney Brothers Coal Co. 



a 



Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



238-1 
238-2 
238-3 

238-10 
238-12 



Strip Permit No. 238-13 

Heshbon Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 200-1 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 200-2 



Total 



Kreiger, James 

Strip Permit No. 519-1 (a) 
Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co. 



Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



56-8 
56-19 
56-22 
56-25 



Total 



Lechene Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 892-1 

Moore Coal Co. , Everett 
Strip Permit No. 157-10 

Pennsylvania Energy Corp. 
Strip Permit No. 921-1 

Phillips Coal Co., Jack 
Strip Permit No. 183-7 (b) 

Powell Coal Co., C. E. 
Strip Permit No. 101-6 
Strip Permit No. 101-11 
Strip Permit No. 101-13 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 101-lU (b) 
Strip Permit No. 101-16 

Total 

Spickler Coal Co., Frank 
Strip Permit No. U75-1 (a) 
Strip Permit No. U75-2 



Starford Coal Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 61U-1 
Auger - BAM-U91 

Weakland Brothers Coal Cc 
Strip Permit No. 219-8 



Total 



Total 



Cambria 
Cambria 
Blair 



Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 



Cambria 

Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 



Somerset 
Cambria 



Bedford 

Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 



Cambria 

Cambria 

Cambria 

Cambria 

Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 
Cambria 



Fulton 
Fulton 



Cambria 
Cambria 



9,0U9 

73, 22C 

=2,2=? 



Uoo 

16,787 
15,375 



l,6bk 

36,U85 
61,355 

170,500 

61,580 

77,535 

U,320 

111,775 



10,350 



1^735: 



76,195 

U1,68U 

11,250 

1,176 



130,30; 



2,906 

17,185 
10,183 



26,800 
7,005 



5 216 

1 129 

LU 228 



2: 



3) 



56 

87 

115 



10 



I5h 

230 
213 
235 
231 

213 
100 



U7 



2U3 
22 



2 86 

18 358 

12 329 

U) 220 

) 60 



TT" 



68 

1U3 

32 

26 



12 157 

( 5)(c) 66 

3) 69 

) 69 



10,510 


7 


6U 


- 


- 


UU,315 


22 




- 


- 


1,075 


1) 

) 


172 
62 


- 


- 


1,075 






- 


- 


65,001 

",of: 


12 
3 


270 
59 


- 


- 


72,061 


15 




- 


- 


17,023 


I 


198 


_ 


_ 


836,653 


178 


218 


- 


5 



District Total 



NOTE: (a) Backfilling. 

(b) Completed. 

(c) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 

in this District. 



522 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 















No. of 










Aver- 


No. of 


Non- 








Average 


age 


Fatal 


fatal 






Total 


No. of 


Days 


Acci- 


Acci- 


Company and Operation 


County 


Production 


Employes 


Worked 


dents 


dents 




District 


U3 










Anderson Creek Coal & Clay Co., Inc. 














Strip Permit No. 5U7-U 


Clearfield 


26,136 


5 


219 


- 


- 


Benjamin Coal Co. 














Strip Permit Nos. 6U-35 & U6 (a) 


Clearfield 


1*3,192 


6 


290 


- 


1 


Strip Permit Nos. 6h-h9 & 50 (b) 


Clearfield 


7,lU3 


2 


160 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6k Si 


Clearfield 


Uli,23U 


13 


178 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6kS2 


Clearfield 


10,922 


5 


50 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6U-53 


Clearfield 


62,088 


ll 


220 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6kS6 


Clearfield 


58,119 


(10)(( 


:) 101 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6U-58 


Clearfield 


111, 112 


7 


71 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6U-66 


Clearfield 


19,35U 


7 


79 


- 


- 


Total 


259, 16U 


51 




- 


1 


Cambria Mills Coal Co., Inc. 














Strip Permit No. 5U8-1 


Clearfield 


12,722 


13) 


231 


- 


1 


Strip Permit No. 5U8-3 


Clearfield 


9,139 


) 


52 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 5U8-U 


Clearfield 


9,337 


) 


37 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U2U (b) 


Clearfield 


5,738 


3 


57 


- 


1 


Total 


66,936 


16 




- 


2 


Empire Coal Co. 














Strip Permit No. 69-25 (b) 


Clearfield 


23,200 


11 


89 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 69-26 (a) 


Clearfield 


U5,lU5 


10 


215 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 69-27 (b) 


Clearfield 


2U,712 


(io)0 


s) 159 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 69-28 (b) 


Clearfield 


16,926 


(io)0 


;) 88 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 69-29 


Clearfield 


19,887 


(io)0 


s) 113 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 69-30 


Clearfield 


10,U90 


10 


U9 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 69-31 


Clearfield 


7,033 


(io)(« 


s) U7 


- 


- 


Total 


147,393 


31 




- 


- 


Flango Brothers Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 161-10 


Clearfield 


29,392 


7 


238 


- 


- 


Hamlin Coal Co. 














Strip Permit No. 536-1 (a) 


Clearfield 


23,020 


6 


257 


- 


1 


Strip Permit No. 536-2 


Clearfield 


19,029 


10 


267 


- 


2 


Strip Permit No. 536-3 


Clearfield 


18,738 


8 


169 


- 


1 


Strip Permit No. 536-6 


Clearfield 


30,063 


7 


291 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U6U (b) 


Clearfield 


11,105 


3 


85 


- 


- 


Total 


132,265 


3U 




- 


k 


Hepburnia Coal Co. 














Strip Permit No. 1U-38 


Clearfield 


U9,100 


k 


236 


- 


- 


Kitko, Francis 














Strip Permit No. 562-1 


Clearfield 


8U7 


1 


78 


- 


- 


Minds Coal Co. 














Strip Permit Nos. 391-2 & 3 (a) 


Clearfield 


2,706 


1 


339 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 391 -k 


Clearfield 


U,U93 


1 


120 


- 


- 


Total 


7,199 


2 




- 


- 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 












Strip Permit No. 32-63 


Clearfield 


17,335 


7 


128 


- 


- 


Powell Coal Co., C. E. 














Strip Permit No. 101-15 (b) 


Clearfield 


- 


7) 


ko 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 101-17 


Clearfield 


35,iU5 


) 


193 


- 


l 


Strip Permit No. 101-18 


Clearfield 


30,255 


6 


16U 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 101-19 


Clearfield 


13,975 


6 


95 


- 


- 


Total 


79,375 


19 




- 


l 


Shawville Coal Co. 














Strip Permit No. 30-1 


Clearfield 


20,U09 


8) 


229 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 30-22 (a) 


Clearfield 


17,U96 


) 


15U 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 30-2U 


Clearfield 


90U 


) 


6 


- 


- 


Auger - BAM-U79 (b) 
Auger - BAM-U98 (b) 


Clearfield 


3,006 


3) 


22 


- 


- 


Clearfield 


ll,61ili 


) 


70 


- 


- 


Total 


53,659 


11 




- 


- 


Simca Mining, Inc. 












Strip Permit No. 529-1 


Clearfield 


100,250 


13 


326 


- 


l 


Strip Permit No. 529-2 


Clearfield 


95,373 


10 


355 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 529-3 


Clearfield 


6,1*18 


8) 


111 


- 


- 


Strip Permit No. 529-U (a) 


Clearfield 


3U.198 


) 


313 


- 


- 


Total 


236,239 


31 




- 


l 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



523 



Company and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes W-rked dents dents 



District U3 (Continued) 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Wister Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 60-30 (a) 
Auger - BAM-Ui2 

Total 

District Total 



NOTE: (a) Backfilling. 

(b) Completed. 

(c) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 

in this District. 



1,263 


1 
3 


168 
70 


- 


: 


L.263 


I 




- 


- 


1,109,303 


223 


233 


- 


9 



District Uii 



Avery Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 58U-1 

Strip Permit No. 58U-U 

Strip Permit No. 58U-5 

Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 61-22 

Strip Permit No. 61-26 

Strip Permit No. 61-28 

Strip Permit No. 61-29 

Brown Co., Earl M. 

Strip Permit No. 10U-13 

Strip Permit No. 10U-15 

Strip Permit No. 10U-16 

Clearfield Limestone Corp. 

Strip Permit No. 258 -h 

Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 59-5 

Strip Permit No. 59-19 

Strip Permit No. 59-20 

Strip Permit No. 59-22 



Total 



T-tal 



Total 



Total 



Flango Brothers Coal 



Strip Permit No. 
Gallagher Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 
Halsey Contracting 

Strip permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 



161-9 

371-1 
Co. 

501-1 (b) 
501-3 



Total 



Hamer Coal & Clay, Ardel B. 

Strip Permit No. 517-1 
Hamilton Contracting Co. 

Strip Permit No. 533-1 

Strip Permit No. 533-2 

Total 
Harbison -Walker Refractories Co. 

Strip Permit No. 266-2 

Strip Permit No. 266-U 

Strip Permit No. 266-5 



Total 



Holland, Arden 

Strip Permit No. 661-1 
Kasubick Brothers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 185-1 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 

Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 

Clearfield 



Clearfield 

Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 

Clearfield 



Clearf ie Id 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearf ie Id 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearf ie Id 



U,799 

15, ^3 S 

:•-.;:■ 



U5,893 
292,913 

50,175 
112,176 



20,335 

U38 

81,928 

U,370 

6,9U8 



26,86U 
37,395 

33,155 

7,UU5 



7,1*19 

99,U22 

Hi, 691 
111,113 



6,631 

2,9U6 

lii,U52 

2^029 



U3,6U9 
7,751 



217 
15 



( 8)(a) 153 

23 309 

11 152 

1U 317 



501,157 


_ 




- 


- 


U3,656 
38,293 
6,6U7 


15 
(10)(a) 
- a 


139 
138 

88 


- 


- 


3^,596 


15 




- 


- 



9 19U 

( 3)(a) 83 

12 223 

( 3)(a) 125 

7 U6 

"T9 



205 

2U0 



221 

75 



28U 



313 

52 



20 



3 16U 

2) 75 

) 206 



233 

217 



524 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Company and Operation 



County 











No. of 






Aver- 


No. of 


Non- 




Average 


age 


Fatal 


fatal 


Total 


No. of 


Days 


Acci- 


Acci- 


Production 


Employes 


Worked 


dents 


dents 



Lansberry Coal Co. 



Strip Permit No. 


£1*3-1 


Strip Permit No. 


51*3-2 


Long, A. W. 




Strip Permit No. 


663-1 


McGovern Coal Co. , 


Clair ( 


Strip Permit No. 


1*1*0-3 


Perm Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


607-2 


Strip Permit No. 


607-3 


Pike Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


1*30-1* 


Strip Permit No. 


1*30-10 



Total 



Reese Brothers Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 539-2 
Strip Permit No. 539-3 

River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 20-26 



Total 



Total 



Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 

Roy Coal Co., Inc . 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



20-27 
20-28 (c) 
20-30 



113-1 
113-3 



Ryan Brothers Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 31-6 

Strip Permit No. 31-7 

Strip Permit No. 31-8 

Total 
Shale Hill Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 598-1 
Shawville Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 30-26 
Swistock & George 

Strip Permit No. 522-2 
Thompson Coal Co., Inc., John 

Strip Permit No. 1*92-5 
Winters Construction, Melvin 

Strip Permit No. 11-2 

District Total 



District 1*1* (Continued) 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



6,80l* 
3,277 

10,081 



U,085 

2l*,006 



21,728 
6,311* 

1,1*00 

89,090 

6,237 



1,1*11,1*33 



201 
67 



110 
280 



2,21*8 

16,1*53 


1*) 

) 


H* 

161 


- 


- 


18,701 


T 




- 


- 


3,620 
68,833 


ID 
) 


21* 
139 


- 


- 


72,1*53 


n 




- 


- 


- 


3 
1* 


288 
288 


- 


- 


- 


7 




- 


- 



1*3,651* 


7 275 


18,767 


10 176 


15,801 


(I0)(a) 85 


1*,U33 


( 8)(a) 88 



82,655 


17 




- 


- 


2, 01*3 
1,959 


2) 
) 


110 
103 


- 


- 


1*,002 


2 




- 


- 


1*,61*0 

1,065 

21,081 


3) 
) 

5 


291 

26 

273 


- 


- 


26,706 


8 




- 


- 



2 


309 


5 


1*1 


3 


252 


15 


313 


2 


252 



21*1* 



21*7 



NOTE: (a) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 
in this District. 

(b) Backfilling. 

(c) Completed. 



Benjamin Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 61*-30 

Strip Permit No. 61*-3l* 

Strip Permit No. 61* -39 

Strip Permit No. 61*-1*1 

Strip Permit No. 61* -1*3 

Strip Permit No. 61* -1*8 



District 1*! 


57,295 




Clearfield 


11 190 


Clearfield 


38,518 


10 195 


Clearfield 


1*6,077 


(10) (a) 166 


Clearfield 


153,782 


19 312 


Clearfield 


131,110 


12 321 


Clearfield 


101*, 536 


15 299 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



525 



Company and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 







District hS 


(Continued) 








Benjamin Coal Co. (Continued) 












Strip Permit No. 6U-56 




Clearfield 


2U,110 


(17) (a) 


52 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6U-57 




Clearfield 


30,978 


(ll)(a) 


136 


- 


Strip Permit No. 6U-70 


Total 


Clearfield 


7,059 


(12)(a) 


25 


- 




593, U65 


67 




2 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 














Strip Permit No. 61-7 




Clearfield 


32,U92 


7 


223 


- 


Strip Permit No. 61-15 




Clearfield 


22,Oli2 


8 


105 


- 


Strip Permit No. 61-2U 




Clearfield 


11,659 


(10)(a) 


52 


- 


Strip Permit No. 61-25 




Clearfield 


- 


( D(a) 


U5 


- 


Strip Permit No. 61-27 




Clearfield 


6,3UU 


( 5)(a) 


117 


- 


Strip Permit No. 61-30 


Total 


Clearfield 


U9,83U 


12 


198 


2 




122,371 


27 




2 


Car Lin, Inc., R. S. 










Strip Permit No. 13U-7 




Cle arf ie Id 


111,087 


18 


23U 


- 


Clearfield Clay Products C< 


D. 












Strip Permit No. U38-3 




Clearfield 


- 


6) 


150 


- 


Strip Permit No. U38-5 


Total 


Clearfield 


27,838 


) 


109 


- 




27,838 


6 




- 


Clearfield Limestone Corp. 










Strip Permit No. 258-5 




Clearfield 


16,028 


9 


135 


- 


Compass Coal Co., Inc. 














Strip Permit No. 33-7 




Clearfield 


1U,085 


3 


199 


- 


Auger - BAM-503 


Clearfield 
Total 

Ly Co. , Inc. 


10,UUL 


3 


61 


- 




2U,526 


6 




- 


Edmunds Contracting & Supp! 










Strip Permit No. 532-2 




Clearfield 


79,UU7 


9 


287 


- 


France Refractories Co., J 


, H. 












Strip Permit No. 525-3 




Clearfield 


1,700 


3 


169 


- 


Glen Irvan Corp. 














Strip Permit No. 671-1 




Clearfield 


30,322 


h 


297 


- 


Strip Permit No. 671-2 


Total 
P. 


Clearfield 


2,886 


13 


22 


- 




33,20« 


17 




- 


Green Refractories Co., A. 










Strip Permit No. 62U-1 




Clearfield 


h,U06 


ll 


10U 


- 


Harbison-Walker Refractories Co. 












Strip Permit No. 266-6 




Clearfield 


2,121 


1) 


201 


- 


Strip Permit No. 266-7 


Total 


Clearfield 


- 


) 


21 


- 




2,121 


1 




- 


Hepburnia Coal Co. 










Strip Permit No. 1U-3U 




Clearfield 


Ui,5oo 


3 


215 


- 


Strip Permit No. lit -35 




Clearfield 


37,000 


3 


281 


- 


Strip Permit No. 1U-36 




Clearfield 


12,U00 


5 


117 


- 


Strip Permit No. lU-Ul 


Total 

E. 


Clearfield 


65,800 


6 


229 


- 




156,700 


17 




- 


Hoffman Coal Co., Inc., J. 










Strip Permit No. 90-2 




Clearfield 


30,810 


13 


281 


- 


Strip Permit No. 90-5 




Clearfield 


UO,U26 


13 


267 


1 


Strip Permit No. 90-8 


Total 
Co. 


Clearfield 


12,080 


U2)(a) 


72 


2 




83,316 


26 




3 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal 










Strip Permit No. 56-12 




Clearf ie Id 


55,611 


16 


350 


2 


Strip Permit No. 56-16 




Clearfield 


151, 2U6 


32 


358 


2 


Strip Permit No. 56-17 




Clearfield 


55,036 


10 


338 


- 


Strip Permit No. 56-23 




Clearfield 


38,100 


10) 


2U3 


- 


Strip Permit No. 56-2U 


Total 


Clearfield 


18,581 


) 


91 


- 




31«,60U 


60 




h 


McDonald Coal Co., Fahy 














Strip Permit No. 659-1 




Clearfield 


UU,319 


3 


355 


- 


Moshannon Falls Mining Co. 


, Inc. 












Strip Permit No. 5-2(C) 




Clearfie Id 


7U,09u 


18 


308 


1 


Ogden Coal Co., C. A. 














Strip Permit No. 585-1 




Clearfield 


39,121 


9) 


257 


- 


Strip Permit No. 585-2 


Total 


Clearfield 


11,705 


) 


95 


- 




50,«26 


9 




- 



526 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



:>mpany and Operation 



County 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
Total No. of Days Acci- Acci- 
Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 1*5 (Continued) 



Orlando, Dominick 

Strip Permit No. 1*16-3 

Reese Coal Co., Philip 
Strip Permit No. 156-1 

River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 20-1 
Strip Permit No. 20-25 
Strip Permit No. 20-29 



Shawville Coal Co. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strishock Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 
Auger - BAM-U67 



30-2 

30-13 

30-19 

30-20 

30-21 

30-23 

30-27 



21U-8 



Teeter Coal Co., John E. 
Strip Permit No. 11*7-6 
Strip Permit No. 11*7-7 

Thomas Brothers Coal Co. 



Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 



1*2-1 
1*2-2 
U2-3 
U2-5 
1*2-6 
1*2-7 
1*2-9 



Total 



Total 



Clearfield 

Clearfield 

Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 



Claarfield 
Clearfield 



Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 
Clearfield 



27,031 

17,261 

19,1*23 
1*9,161* 

Km 



78,376 
22,029 
61,53U 
56,1*01 

1*,610 
18,51*1* 

5,071 



22,786 
21,170 
11,151* 
15,775 
1*0,965 
11,979 



90 
222 



12 227 

13 219 
(25)(a) 135 



"5T 



20 275 

9 135 

13 23U 

10 287 

( 2) (a) 100 

(13)(a) 72 

( 2)(a) 53 



21*6,565 


52 




- 


1 


37,325 
12,875 


8 
8 


290 
119 


- 


- 


50,200 


16 




- 


- 


71*, 000 
1,100 


18) 
) 


21*0 
20 


- 


- 


75,100 


It) 




- 


- 



6 


265 


6 


267 


7) 


11*3 


) 


132 


1* 


292 


1*) 


251* 


) 


5 



123,829 



~ 



District Total 



2,358,629 



U51* 



276 



13 



(a) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 
in this District. 



Bennetts Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Strip Permit No. 
Auger - BAM-l*6l 
Auger - BAM -1*6 2 
Auger - BAH-523 

Carlin, Inc., R. S. 

Strip Permit No. 
Esquire Fuel Co. 

Strip Permit No. 
Evock, Peter M. 

Strip Permit No. 

Strip Permit No. 



559-1 
559-3 
559 -1* 



13U-20 
263-7 



530-1 
530-2 



Fink & Stackhouse, Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 52l*-2 





District 1*6 




Elk 




1*,700 


Elk 




8,950 


Elk 




6,153 


Elk 




1*,786 


Elk 




7,508 


Elk 




2,320 



Clinton 



Elk 



Clinton 
Clinton 



31*, 1*17 



19,258 

991* 

251* 
6,229 



-51W 



2) 25 

) 135 

3 59 

3) 50 
) 119 
) 20 



235 

155 



25 
192 



2,256 



206 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



527 



Company and Operation 



County 











No. of 






Aver- 


No. of 


Non- 




Average 


age 


Fatal 


fatal 


Total 


No. of 


Days 


Acci- 


Acci- 


Production 


Employes 


Worked 


dents 


dents 



District U6 (Continued) 



Garden Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 381-U 
Kettle Creek Corp. 



Clinton 



83,059 



17 



308 



Strip Permit No. Uk7-7 




Clinton 


23,338 


8 


2U7 


- 


Strip Permit No. UU7-19 




Clinton 


13,185 


7 


2U7 


- 


Strip Permit No. UU7-22 




Clinton 


U5,ooi 


8 


2U7 


- 


Strip Permit No. UU7-2U 




Clinton 


19,123 


8) 


2U7 


- 


Strip Permit No. hk7-2$ 


Total 


Clinton 


1,566 


) 


h2 


- 




102,213 


31 




- 


New Shawmut Mining Co. 










Strip Permit No. 196-10 




Elk 


1,120 


2 


97 


- 


P. & N. Coal Co., Inc. 














Strip Permit No. 32-Ul 




Elk 


U,U0U 


9) 


59 


- 


Strip Permit No. 32-U2 




Elk 


UO,831 


) 


253 


- 


Strip Permit No. 32 -U6 




Elk 


97,571 


12 


27U 


1 


Strip Permit No. 32-52 




Elk 


16,593 


8 


92 


- 


Strip Permit No. 32-62 




Elk 


6,U88 


2) 


138 


- 


Strip Permit No. 32-6U 




Elk 


1,15U 


) 


23 


1 


Auger - BAM-U93 


Total 


Elk 


1,220 


1 


2 


- 




16 8, 261 


32 




2 


Rougeux & Trimpey Coal Co. 












Strip Permit No. 86-9 




Clinton 


29,337 


h 


237 


1 


Smith & Rogos Coal Co. 














Strip Permit No. 135-2 




Elk 


22,181 


5 


311 


- 


Strip Permit No. 135-7 




Elk 


28,770 


6 


311 


- 


Auger - BAM-3U2 




Elk 


1,3U7 


3) 


13 


- 


Auger - BAM-U16 


Total 


Elk 


3,U30 


) 


31 


- 




55,728 


1U 




- 


Starr Coal Co. 










Strip Permit No. 368-3 




Elk 


20,100 


3 


303 


- 


Auger - BAM-U3U 


Total 


Elk 


8,Uoo 


3 


119 


- 






28,800 


6 




- 


Tamburlin Brothers Coal Co. 










Strip Permit No. h72-h 




Elk 


67,927 


7 


305 


- 


Vollmer, Lawrence B. 














Strip Permit No. LU2-1 


Total 


Elk 


1,697 


2 


195 


- 


District 




601,550 


133 


2U1 


3 






District U7 










Carlin, Inc., R. S. 














Strip Permit No. 13U-2 (a 


) 


Centre 


20,533 


5 


132 


- 


Strip Permit No. 13U-23 




Centre 


100,373 


10 


2U6 


- 


Strip Permit No. 13U-26 (b) 


Centre 


U,U38 


( 5)(< 


22 


- 


Strip Permit No. 13U-28 





Centre 


15.U91 


( 5)(< 


:) 60 


- 


Strip Permit No. 13U-29 


Total 


Centre 


17,5U9 


( 5)(< 


:) 127 


- 




158,3^ 


15 




- 


Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc 












Strip Permit No. 59-7 




Centre 


679 


12 


U2 


- 


Fisher Mining Co. 














Strip Permit No. 637-1 




Lycoming 


UO,713 


7 


321 


- 


Johnson & Morgan 














Strip Permit No. U90-3 (b) 


Centre 


61,152 


5 


203 


- 


Strip Permit No. U90-6 


Total 


Centre 


59,566 


lit 


2U6 


- 




120,71b 


19 




- 


Jones & Brague Mining Co. 










Strip Permit No. 7-1 




Tioga 


383,303 


60 


252 


1 


Strip Permit No. 7-7 (b) 




Tioga 


27,508 


( 5)(< 


:) 13U 


1 


Strip Permit No. 7-12 (b) 




Tioga 


26,306 


( 6)(< 


i) 135 


- 


Strip Permit No. 7-lU 




Tioga 


17,750 


( 6)(< 


115 


- 



528 



BITUMINOUS STRIP AND AUGER COAL MINE STATISTICS 



Total 



No. of 
Aver- No. of Non- 
Average age Fatal fatal 
No. of Days Acci- Acci- 



jmpany and Operation 



County 



Production Employes Worked dents dents 



District 1*7 (Continued) 



Jones & Brague Mining Co. (Continued) 



Strip Permit No. 


7-16 (b) 


Strip Permit No. 


7-17 (b) 


Strip Permit No. 


7-18 


Strip Permit No. 


7-19 


Strip Permit No. 


7-20 


>ore & Son, W. G. 




Strip Permit No. 


313 -i* 


ircival, Paul 




Strip Permit No. 


131-1 


.ke Coal Co. 




Strip Permit No. 


1*30-11 (b) 


Strip Permit No. 


1*30-13 (a) 


Strip Permit No. 


1*30-15 



Total 



R. & S. Coal Co., Inc. 
Strip Permit No. 61*0-1 

S. & D. Trucking Co. 
Strip Permit No. 516-6 
Strip Permit No. 516-7 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 516-9 (a) 

Total 

Seprish & Urbanick Coal Co. 
Strip Permit No. 128-1 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 128-1* (b) 
Strip Permit No. 128-5 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 128-6 
Strip Permit No. 128-7 

Total 

Stott Coal Co., Inc. 

Strip Permit No. 278-9 (a) 
Strip Permit No. 278-10 (b) 
Strip Permit No. 278-11 
Strip Permit No. 278-12 
Strip Permit No. 2 78-13 

Total 

District Total 



Tioga 
Tioga 
Tioga 
Tioga 
Tioga 



Centre 

Lycoming 

Centre 
Centre 
Centre 

Centre 

Centre 
Centre 
Centre 



Centre 
Centre 
Centre 
Centre 
Centre 



Centre 
Centre 
Centre 
Centre 
Centre 



21,551 
61,917 
15,227 
9,516 
25,515 
618 596 



22,1*50 

61*, 183 

28,930 
1,116 

2,755 
32,5oT 



1*2,51*8 

28,51*7 
20,096 
38,567 



b7,210 



2,280 
3,803 
8,339 
9,21*1 
2,378 



26, 0U1 



12,900 
18,500 
1*7,300 



( 6)(c) 

13 

13 

( 9)(c) 
(13) (c) 
~85 



109 

123 

123 

3h 

61 



252 
27U 



) 78 
) h 
) 11 



29 



11*8 



1* 192 

5) 119 

) 200 



7) 



16 
58 
85 
116 
1*8 



5)(c) 121* 
7)(c) 100 

8 155 



32,500 
36,500 


6 
1* 


158 
262 


- 


1 


11*7,700 


IB 




- 


1 


1,362,023 


226 


230 


- 


1* 



NOTE: (a) Backfilling. 

(b) Completed. 

(c) Employes included with those at other stripping operations for this Company and 

in this District. 



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BITUMINOUS 

CLEANING 

PLANTS 







CLEANING PLANTS 










1972 








BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 






Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name of Cleaning Plant 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


3 


Alicia No. 2 


L. & J. Equipment Co. 


Greensboro 


1533B 


11 


Allegheny No. 2 


Penn Allegh Coal Co., Inc. 


Maysville 


15618 


13 


Allison 


Coal Energies Limited 


Allison 


15U13 


9 


Allison No. 12 Tipple 


Allison Engineering Co. 


Sligo 


16255 


11 


Apollo Tipple 


Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


North Apollo 


15673 


12 


Banning No. h 


Republic Steel Corp. 


West Newton 


15089 


17 


Benjamin No. 3 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


LaJose 


15753 


17 


Benjamin No. 6 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


We stover 


16692 


21 


Bethlehem No. 38 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ehrenfeld 


15933 


21 


Bird No. 3 Processing Plant 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


Tire Hill 


15959 


20 


Brookdale No. 77 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Mineral Point 


159U2 


10 


Cadogan Tipple 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


Cadogan 


16212 


2h 


Cambria No. 33 Preparation PI. Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ebensburg 


15931 


23 


Cambria Tipple 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Friedens 


155U1 


6 


Champion Preparation Plant 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Imperial 


15126 


8 


Clyde Preparation Plant 


Republic Steel Corp. 


Frederic ktown 


15333 


23 


Coal Junction Tipple 


Coal Junction Coal Co. 


Gray 


155UU 


19 


Colver 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


Colver 


15927 


17 


Cooper No. 2 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Curwensville 


I6833 


1 


Craig Saul 


Eagal Coal Co. 


Butler 


16001 


13 


Daugherty 


Bortz Bros. Coal Co. 


Smithfield 


15U78 


11 


David 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Maysville 


15618 


10 


Decker No. 5 


Powell Coal Co. 


Kittanning 


16201 


12 


Delmont 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


Hunker 


15639 


23 


Denis e No. 1 


Denise Coal Co. 


Friedens 


155U1 


22 


Doe Valley 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Hooversville 


15936 


Ik 


Dora 


Doverspike Bros. Coal Co., Inc 


Dora 


15735 


22 


Eureka No. 36 Tipple 


Heshbon Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


21 


Eureka No. h0 Upper 


Jandy Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


1 


Fawn 


Union Carbide Corp. 


Saxonburg 


16056 


23 


Fetterolf ' s No. 1 Tipple 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc., M.F. 


Jennerstown 


1551*7 


23 


Fetterolf' s No. 3 Tipple 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc., M.F. 


Myersdale 


15552 


16 


Florence No. 1 


Florence Mining Co., The 


Huff 


159U1i 


11 


Foster No. 65 


Leechburg Mining Co. 


Brownstown 


15630 


9 


Fryburg Tipple 


Weaver & Sons, A. P. 


Fryburg 


16326 


13 


Genovese 


Genovese Coal Co. 


Masontown 


15U61 


15 


Glenside Preparation Plant 


James Coal Co. 


Starford 


15777 


19 


Greenwich 


Greenwich Collieries Co. 


Garmantown (Indiana Co.) 


111 


Harman Preparation Plant 


Harman Coal Corp. 


McWilliams 


162U2 


5 


Harmar 


Harmar Coal Co. 


Pittsburgh 


15238 


17 


Hastings No. 7 


North Cambria Fuel Co. 


Hastings 


166U6 


1 


Hilliards (Lake View) 


Lake View Coal Co. 


Hilliards 


160U0 


9 


Hoffman No. 3 Tipple 


Hoffman Coal Co., J. E. 


Karthaus 


168U5 


12 


Hutchinson Preparation Plant 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Hutchinson 


156UO 


13 


Isabella 


National Mines Corp. 


Isabella 


15750 


2t| 


Lancashire No. 20 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Carrolltown 


15722 


18 


Lancashire No. 21$ 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Stiles Crossing 




18 


Lancashire No. 25 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Bakertown 


15007 


13 


Laurita Preparation Plant 


J & J Mining Co. 


Point Marion 


lShllx 


9 


Lire stone Tipple 


Stahlman Coal Co., Inc., W. P. 


Corsica 


158U9 


13 


Lock No. 8 Preparation Plant 


Utilities Fuel Co. 


Point Marion 


l5U7h 


10 


Mahoning Creek 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co. 


Temple ton 


16259 


7 


Maple Creek 


United States Steel Corp. 


New Eagle 


15067 


26 


Marianna No. 58 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Marianna 


153U5 


13 


Marion 


Bortz Bros. Coal Co. 


Lake Lynn 


151*51 


11 


Marion 


Tunnelton Mining Co. 


Saltsburg 


15681 


6 


Mathies Preparation Plant 


Mathies Coal Co. 


Courtney 


15029 


15 


Mears Preparation Plant 


Mears Coal Co. 


Dixonville 


157 3ii 


13 


Meier oft 


Starford Coal Corp. 


Melcroft 


15U62 


3 


Nemacolin 


Buckeye Coal Co. , The 


Nemacolin 


15351 


22 


No. h Tipple 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc., M. F 


Windber 


15963 


21 


No. 37 Refuse & Prep. Plant 


GMK Co. 


Windber 


15963 


21 


No. U0 Refuse & Prep. Plant 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


17 


Osceola Mills 


Elliot Mining Co., Inc. 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


15 


Park Side Mine Prep. Plant 


Mclntire Coal Co. 


Shelocta 


1577U 


26 


Peggs Run Cleaning Plant 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


Shippingport 


15077 


23 


Penn Pocahontas Tipple 


Penn Pocahontas Coal Co. 


Garrett 


155U2 



549 



550 



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Zip 


trict 


Name of Cleaning Plant 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


23 


Pine Hill No. 2 Tipple 


Croner, Inc. 


Berlin 


15530 


9 


Piney Run Tipple 


C & K Coal Co. 


Piney Run 


162U8 


23 


Ralphton No. 2 Tipple 


Ralphton Coal Co. 


Berlin 


15530 


22 


Reitz No. k Tipple 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Central City 


15926 


5 


Ren ton Preparation Plant 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Renton 


15073 


9 


Rimersburg Tipple 


C & K Coal Co. 


Rimersburg 


162U8 


3 


Robena 


United States Steel Corp. 


Greensboro 


15338 


23 


Rockwood Tipple 


Svonavec, Inc. 


Rockwood 


15557 


17 


Rushton 


Rushton Mining Co. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


1 


Russellton 


Republic Steel Corp. 


Russellton 


15076 


11* 


Schrock 


United Industries, Inc. 


Porter 


15766 


22 


Shade Creek Cleaning Plant 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Central City 


15926 


17 


Shannon No. 1 Prep. Plant 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Bigler 


16825 


8 


Shannopin Tipple 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


Bob town 


15315 


13 


Shannopin Prep. Plant 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


Dilliner 


15327 


23 


Shaw No. 7 Tipple 


Sanner Bros. Coal Co. 


Meyer sdale 


15552 


9 


Shippensville Tipple 


Weaver & Sons, A. P. 


Shippensville 


1625U 


13 


Shoaf Preparation Plant 


Menallen Coke Co. 


Shoaf 


15U01 


23 


Shober Tipple 


Decker Construction Co. 


Garrett 


155U2 


22 


Solar Fuel Tipple 


Solar Fuel Co., Inc. 


Hooversville 


15936 


7 


Somerset No. 60 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Somerset 


15501 


21 


Sonman Processing Plant 


Cooney Bros. Coal Co. 


Sonman 


159U6 


23 


Stonycreek Tipple 


Svonavec, Inc. 


Friedens 


155U1 


9 


Stott No. 3 Tipple 


Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 


Penfield 


158U9 


13 


Taylor 


Brownsville Welding Co. 


Taylor (Fayette 


Co.) 


15 


Valley No. 2 Prep. Plant 


Valley Coal Co. 


Alverda 


15710 


8 


Vesta No. 5 Prep. Plant 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


LaBelle 


15U50 


a 


Warwick No. 2 


Duquesne Light Co. 


Greensboro 


15338 


13 


Wood Preparation Plant 


Soberdash Coal & Coke Co. 


Hopwood 


iShhS 


13 


Wynn Preparation Plant 


Ruane Coal & Coke Co. 


Fairchance 


15U36 


9 


Zacherl Tipple 


Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 


Lucinda 


16235 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 
OPERATORS 



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553 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



BITUMINOUS COAL OPERATORS— YEAR 19? 2 



* Denotes Operators having strip mines. 

# Denotes Operators having auger mines. 



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Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


AH-RS Coal Corp. * 


R. L. Snyder 


Box A 


Bruin 


16 : 2 ; 


Abruzzi & Rost # 




1012 Grant Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


Ace Drilling Coal Co., Inc. # 




321 Maple St. 


South Fork 


15956 


Acko Coal Corp. * 






Darragh 


15625 


Allegheny Mineral Corp. * 




P.O. Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


H. F. Dunmire 


132 N.McKean St. 


Kittanning 


16201 


Allied Fuel & Materials, Inc. * 




U67 New Castle St. Slippery Roc 


kl6057 


Allison Engineering Co. * 


R. 0. Murphy, Jr. 


Rt.8-Burchfield 


Allison Park 15101 


Aloe Coal Co. * 




P.O. Box 50 


Imperial 


15126 


Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc. * 






No. Apollo 


15673 


Alumbaugh Coal Co . , Inc . * 




R. D. 2 


Erie dens 


155U1 


Ambrosia Coal & Const. Co. *# 


Frank Reston 


R. D. 1 


Edinburg 


16116 


Anderson Creek Coal & Clay' Co. 


# 


1*35 Penna. Ave. 


Ft.Washingtonl903U 


Angelcyk Brothers 


Felix Angelcyk 


R. D. 1 


W. Newton 


15089 


Ankeny, Donald K. * 




R. D. 1 


Shelocta 


157 7h 


Ansell, Earl * 


Earl Ansell 


R. D. l,Box 92 


Scottdale 


15683 


Apex Coal Co. # 




Uth & Border Sts 


W. Elizabeth 


15088 


Arcadia Co., Inc., The * # 


Andrew Stossel 


Box 3 


Arcadia 


15712 


Associated Drilling Co., Inc. 


M. Kephart 


1106 First Nat'l 


Johnstown 


15901 


Atwell, Neil * 




R. D. 2 


Polk 


I63li2 


Avery Coal Co., Inc. * 




519 Presqueisle 


Philipsburg 


16866 


"B" Quality Coal Co., The 


M. K. Heckler 


501* - 13th St. 


Windber 


15963 


B. & D. Coal Co. -> 




P. 0. Box 27li 


Harrisville 


16038 


B. & G. Const. Co.,Inc.*# 




MR 10, Butler Rd. 


Kittanning 


16201 


B. H. & H., Inc. *# 


James Hosey 


728 Christy Ave. 


Ford Cliff 


16228 


B. L. F. Corp. * 




51*8 Ridgeway Ave. 


Greensburg 


15601 


Badger Coal Co. •*# 






Alverda 


15710 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


J.S.Todhunter 


1912 Chestnut Ave.Barnesboro 


157LL 


Barton, Samuel 


Samuel Barton 


R. D. 1 


Six Mile Run 16679 


Bartoni Coal Co. * 




R. F. D. #2 


Smithfield 


I52i78 


Baughman Coal Co. ,Inc. ,R.D.*# 


R.M. Baughman 


P. 0. Box 218 


Brookville 


15825 


Beachy & Beachy Coal Co. * 




R.D. #l,Box 166 


Salisbury 


15558 


Beilchick Brothers * 




R. D. 2 


Barnesboro 


l57Hi 


Bell, Ewing 


Ewing Bell 


961 Cross St. 


California 


15119 


Bender, E. P. # 




R. D. 


Carrolltown 


15722 


Benjamin Coal Co. # 


D. J. Benjamin 


R. D. 


La Jose 


15753 


Bennetts Coal Co. ## 






Penfield 


1581;9 


Bentley Coal Co., Inc. 


W. Stefan 


Box 585 


Bentleyvi lie- 


l531ii 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


T. J. Crocker, Jr 


701 E. Third St. 


Bethlehem 


18016 


Big "B" Mining Co. * 




R. D. 1 


W. Sunbury 


I6061 


Bigan, John E". * 




200 Cherry Lane 


Johnstown 


1590U 


Bigan Coal Co., Mike * 




R.D. 1, Box 273 


Windber 


15963 


Black Diamond Coal Co. * 


E. S. Skarbek 


lil3 Mabel St. 


Reynoldsvillel585l 


Black Fox Mining & Dev. Corp.* 


■ W. Barnhart 


P. 0. Box F 


Earns City 


I60UI 


Bloom Coal Co. 


Ralph Bloom 


R. D. 1 


Holsopple 


15935 


Bologna Mining Co. * 




P. 0. Box 309 


Burgettstowr 


15021 


Bortz Coal Co. # 




63 N. Beeson Ave. 


Uniontown 


lShoi 


Beyer Coal Co. * 




206 E. Sherman Ave. DuBois 


15801 


Bozzo, Inc., Frank B. # 




P. 0. Box 128 


Bridgeville 


15017 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. * 


C. E. Morris 




Bigler 


16825 


Brant Coal Co., Inc. *# 




151 Uhl St. 


Somerset 


15501 


Brant Mining Co. * 




N. Franklin Ave. 


Somerset 


15501 


Bridge Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 2ii5 


Wilpen 


1569U 


Brocious Coal Co.,H. E. 


H. E. Brocious 




Timblin 


15778 


Brown Co., Earl M. * 




P. 0. Box 767 


Clearfield 


16830 


Brown Coal Co., C. W. * 




P. 0. Box 23 


Whitney 


15693 


Brownsville Welding Co. 




(Fayette Co.) 


Taylor 


15U17 


Brubaker Bros. Coal Co. * 




302 W. DuBois Av. 


DuBois 


15801 



554 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


35 


Bryar Construction Corp.* 




311 N. 2nd St. 


Apollo 


15613 


3 


Buckeye Coal Co., The 


F. B. Aliucci 


P. 0. Box 158 


Nemacolin 


15351 


33 


Buncic Coal Co. * 




R. F. D. #3 


Smithfield 


151*78 


39 


Burns, Richard L. * 




R. D. 2 


Marion Center 15759 


9-36 


C. & K. Coal Co. * 


Jack Hellman 


P. 0. Box 69 


Clarion 


16211* 


1*1 


C. & P. Coal Co., Inc. *# 




226 Quemahoning 


Bo swell 


15531 


38 


Calhoun, Dwight M. * 




R. D. #1 


Brockway 


15821* 


1*3 


Cambria Mills Coal Co . , Inc . *ji 




R. D. 


Fallentimber 16639 


11 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Mario Fassio 


Drawer R 


Avonmore 


15618 


33 


Carbonara Coal Co. * 




R.D. #1*, Box 1*36 


Uniontown 


151*01 


1*0 


Cardinal Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 381* 


Somerset 


15501 


1*5-1*6-1*7 


Carlin, Inc., R. S. * 






Snow Shoe 


16871* 


31 


Carlson Mining Co. *# 




R. D. 6, Box 267 


New Castle 


16101 


10-3? 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co.*#D. G. Batistig 


P. 0. Box 218 


Temple ton 


16259 


9-36-37 


Carroll, Patrick * 


Patrick Carroll 


P. 0. Box 153 


Lucinda 


16235 


32 


Chess Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1, Box 151 


Smithfield 


151*78 


15 


Chestnut Ridge Mining Co. 


John Peles 




Clymer 


15728 


37 


Chutz Coal Co. # 




1*67 New Castle St 


.Slippery Rockl6o57 


21 


Cimba, Michael Jr.&Hinks,Warrer 


M. Kephart 


1106 1st Nat'l BY 


Johnstown 


15901 


kS 


Clearfield Clay Products Co. * 




P. 0. Box 1110 


Clearfield 


16830 


1*1*-1*5 


Clearfield Limestone Corp. * 




620 Tyler Ave. 


Clearfield 


16830 


13 


Coal Energies Limited 






Allison 


151*13 


23-1*0 


Coal Junction Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Friedens 


1551*1 


35-1*5 


Compass Coal Co., Inc. *# 




P. 0. Box 169 


Punxsutawney 15767 


21-1*2 


Cooney Bros. Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 2l*6 


Cresson 


16630 


11* 


Copper Valley Coal Co. 


R. E. Gilbert 


P. 0. Box 187 


Clymer 


15728 


ai 


Costantino Coal Co. * 




501 - 19th St. 


Windber 


15963 


30-36 


Cotterman Coal Co., W. A. * 






Clarion 


16211* 


22 


Country Club Coal Co., Inc. 


Don Carl 


818 12th St. 


Windber 


15963 


8 


Crescent Hills Coal Co., Inc. 


Dominic Esposto 


P. 0. Box 21*1 


Daisytown 


151*27 


23-1*0 


Croner, Inc. * 




20U Broadway 


Berlin 


15530 


15 


Crooked Creek Coal Co. 


Kerry Mears 


R. D. 1 


Marion Centerl5759 


21 


Dalton Run Coal Co. 


John Kawchak 


115 Arbutus Ave. 


Johnstown 


15901* 


31 


Darlington Brick & Clay Co.* 






Darlington 


16115 


lit 


Davis, Claire J. 


C. J. Davis 


R. D. 


Dysart 


16636 


ll*-36 


Dean Contractor, Inc. ,E. C. * 


Ronald Dean 


R.D. 3, Box 161 


N. Bethlehem l62l*2 


23-1*0 


Decker Construction Co. * 




P. 0. Box 216 


Garrett 


1551*2 


23 


Delta Mining, Inc. 


James Park 


P. 0. Box 112 


Jennerstown 


1551*7 


30 


DeMarsh Coal Co., Theodore * 




P. 0. Box 11*1* 


Forestville 


16035 


23 


Denise Coal Co. 


G. C. Ries 


109 DeWalt Ave. 


Pittsburgh 


15227 


31* 


Diamond Fuel Co. * 




P. 0. Box 119 


Clairton 


15025 


m 


Diamond T Coal Co., Inc. * 




P. 0. Box 3U3 


Somerset 


15501 


32 


Dippel & Dippel Coal Co. * 




23 W Street 


Morgantown WVa26505 


15 


Dixon Run Coal Co. 


Kerry Mears 


R. D. 1 


Marion Centerl5759 


9-38 


Doan Coal Co. * 


D. G. Doan 


912 Main Street 


Reynoldsvillel585l 


.1-31 


Dodds Coal, Inc. * # 




P. 0. Box 1 


N. Galilee 


l6il*l 


22 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Jos. Benny, Sr. 


P. 0. Box 9^ 


Windber 


15963 


17 


Doral Coal Corp. 


William Senior 


R. D. 1 


Olanta 


16863 


1*0 


Doraville Enterprises * 




R. D. #l,Box 2*23 


Somerset 


i55oi 


li*-38 


Doverspike Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


*J. R. Doverspike 


P. 0. Box 55 


Dora 


15735 


31* 


Dunkard Creek Coal, Inc. * 




728 Christy Ave. 


Ford Cliff 


16228 


1* 


Dunkard Mining Co. 


Raymond Chess 


P. 0. Box 8 


Dilliner 


15327 


h 


Duquesne Light Co. 


Jas. E. Elkin 




Greensboro 


15338 


1 


Eagal Coal Co. 


Ernest Baxter 


R. D. 5 


Butler 


16001 


38 


East Branch Equipment Co.*# 




111*8 Hulton Rd. 


Verona 


1511*7 


1*1 


East Ridge Mining, Inc. * 






We stover 


16692 


12-19 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


M. A. Graham 


Koppers Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


It 


Eberhart Coal Co. 


G. R. Eberhart 


R. D. 2, Box 111* 


Smithfield 


151*78 


11 


Edmon Coal Co., Inc. 


Mack Altmire 


P. 0. Box 101 


Apollo 


15613 


k$ 


Edmunds Contr. & Supply Co., Inc.* 


P. 0. Box 26 


Frenchville 


16836 


3U-39 


Eidemiller, Inc., Adam * 






Greensburg 


15601 


32 


Eighty- four Industries, Inc.* 




P. 0. Box 11*2 


Eighty-four 


15330 


17-1*1*-1*7 


Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc. * 


J. L. Marshall 


P. 0. Box 25 


Osceola M±llsl6666 


38 


Emery, Robert L. * 




R. D. #1 


Brookville 


15825 


hi 


Empire Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box SS 


Houtzdale 


16651 


38-1*6 


Esquire Fuel Co. * 




688 Main Street 


Brockway 


15821* 


32 


Etna Equip. & Supply Co. * 




P. 0. Box 95l5 


Pittsburgh 


15223 


1*6 


Evock, Peter M. * 




P. 0. Box 21*2 


Howard 


1681*1 


32 


Ewing, Charles * 




P. 0. Box 26 


Imperial 


15126 


36 


Fairhill Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 61 


Limestone 


16231* 


Hi 


Fairview Coal Co. 


W. C. Kennedy 




Dora 


15735 


39 


Fello, Thomas A. * 




Star Route 


Saltsburg 


15681 


H*-38-39 


Fetterman Coal Co. * 


M. Fetterman 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbelll57l*2 


22-23-ltO-ltl Fetterolf Coal Co. ,Inc. ,M.F.* 


D. L. Fetterolf 


P. 0. Box 68 


Bo swell 


15531 


32-31* 


Filiaggi Coal Co. * 




R. D. #1*, Box 39: 


Uniontown 


151*01 


1*6 


Fink & Stackhouse, Inc. * 




2325 Newberry St. 


Williamsport 17701 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


3k 


Fiore, Fred * 




60 Clover Drive 


Pittsburgh 


15236 


35 


Fiore Development Co. * 




205 Monongahela 


Glassport 


1501*5 


33 


Fiore, Inc., Allen R. * 




6061* Boxer Drive 


Bethel Park 


15236 


kl 


Fisher Mining Co. * 




901 Market St. 


Williamsport 


17701 


1 


Fisher lining Co.,C.A. 


C. A. Fisher 


R. D. 1 


Stoneboro 


16153 


k3-kk 


Flango Bros. Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Houtzdale 


16651 


15-16 


Florence Mining Co., The 


Michael Rocker 


P. 0. Box 351 


Seward 


1595U 


32 


Ford & Gaskill * 




P. 0. Box 137 


Greensboro 


15338 


31» 


Fox, H. E. * 




P. 0. Box 306 


Greensburg 


15601 


25 


France Refractories Co.,J.H.* 






Snow Shoe 


1687U 


33 


Fryske & Nole Coal Co. * 




7kk Speer Street 


Belle Vernon 


15012 


9 


Fye, Elmer 


Elmer Fye 


R. D. 2 


Reynolds villel585l 


21 


GMK Co. 


Jas. A. Meehan, Jr. 130 Southmont Blvd. Johnstown 


15905 


9-23 


G. M. & W. Coal Co., Inc. 


C. K. Crotsley 


P. 0. Box 99 


State Line 


17263 


3S 


Galando Coal Co. * 




R. D. 2 


N. Alexandrial5670 


kk 


Gallagher Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 72 


Sandy Ridge 


16677 


18 


Garay, William 


Wm. Garay 


Elmora P. 0. 


Bakerton 


15737 


U6 


Garden Coal Co., Inc. * 






Pottersdale 


16871 


26 


Gateway Coal Co. 


J. S. Hubbard' 


3 Gateway Center 


Pittsburgh 


15230 


38 


Gearhart, Alvin # 




Juniata St. Ext. 


DuBois 


15801 


3k 


Geary Ridge Coal Co. * 




108 Prosser Drive 


Monongahela 


15063 


ao 


General Refractories Co. * 




Locust Street 


Philadelphia 


19102 


13-32-33 


Genovese Coal Co. * 




32 Foreman Ave. 


Uniontown 


15U01 


9-U5 


Glen Irvan Corp. * 


Irvan Stoker 


R. D. 


Sidman 


15955 


lii-38 


Glenn Coal Co. * 


W. P. Glenn 


R. D. 1 


Sigel 


15860 


uo 


Glessner, James Stoy * 




R. D. 2, Box 263 


Friedens 


155U1 


1*1 


Glessner, Jr. , Robert H. # 




R. D. 1 


Berlin 


15530 


15 


Glory Coal Co., Inc. 


John Polenik 


P. 0. Box 120 


Clymer 


15728 


Ul 


Go din Coal Co., Joseph *# 




P. 0. Box 216 


Stoy s town 


15563 


37 


Goetz Coal Co., Wm. 0. * 




P. 0. Box 363 


Seneca 


163U6 


31* 


Gorr, Richard * 




R. D. 1, Box 333 


Elizabeth 


15037 


33-3U 


Green, Inc., Walter * 




R. D. 1, Box 158 


Scottdale 


15683 


1*5 


Green Refractories Co.,A.P.* 




P. 0. Box 68 


N. Bethlehem 


162U2 


19 


Greenwich Collieries Co. 


Geo. Trevorrow 


P. 0. Box 367 


Ebensburg 


15931 


22 


Grela, Walter G. 


Walter G. Grela 


2812 Jackson Ave. 


Windber 


15963 


31* 


Grimm Coal Co. * 




806 W. Main St. 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


1-30 


Grove City Construction Co.* 






Harrisville 


16038 


30 


Grove City limestone Co.* 






Branchton 


16021 


1 


Guthrie, Clinton 


Clinton Guthrie 


1*00 North Street 


Grove City 


16127 


32 


Gysegem Enterprises, Inc. * 




311* Fifth Street 


Charleroi 


15022 


36-37-38 


H. & G. Coal & Clay Co., Inc.* 




P. 0. Box 21*5 


Clarion 


1621ii 


31* 


Hall, J. M. * 






Murrysvllle 


15668 


kk 


Halsey Contracting Co. * 




P. 0. Box 177 


Osceola Millsl6666 


kk 


Hamer Coal & Clay, Ardel B. # 






Wallaceton 


16876 


kk 


Hamilton Contracting Co. * 






LeContes Millsl6850 


38 


Hamilton Mining Co. *# 




120 Church St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


li3 


Hamlin Coal Co. *# 




P. 0. Box 11*5 


Shaw vi lie 


16873 


33-i*l*-l*5 


Harbison-Walker Refrac. Co.* 




2 Gateway Center 


Pittsburgh 


15222 


35 


Harman Co . , Inc . , Paul C. * 


Paul C. Harman 


Route #1 


Fairmount Cityl622l* 


5 


Harmar Coal Co. 


M. F. Florjancic 


P. 0. Box 500 


Library 


15129 


lii-35 


Harmon Coal Corp. *# 


John Harmon 


107 King Street 


N. Bethlehem 1621*2 


39 


Hawk Bros. Contracting Co.* 




R. D. 1, Box 11*-; 


Adrian 


16210 


39 


Head Coal Co. *# 




R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


25 


Helen Mining Co., The 


Geo. Fraicola 


P.O. Drawer D 


Homer City 


157U8 


25 


Helvetia Coal Co. 


R. I. Billings 


655 Church Street Indiana 


15701 


9-1*3-1*5 


Hepburnia Coal Co. * 


Robt. Spencer 


R.D. 1, Box U9 


Grampian 


16838 


22-1*2 


Heshbon Coal Co., Inc. * 


F. R. Allison 


1309 Midway 


Windber 


15963 


33 


Hill, William L. * 




608 E.Crawford Av. Connellsvillel5i*25 


18 


Hillsdale Mining Co. 


Norman Cessna 


P. 0. Box 27 


Hillsdale 


157U6 


9-h$ 


Hoffman Coal Co. ,Inc. , J.E.* 


Jas. E. Hoffman 




Karthaus 


168U5 


kk 


Holland, Arden * 




R. D. 2 


Mill Hall 


17751 


3k 


Homer City Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 53 


Homer City 


1571*8 


35 


Houser, Earl *# 




R. D. 2 


N.Bethlehem 


162U2 


35 


Houser Coal Co. , Inc. Walter L.*# 


R. D. l,Box 190 


Creekside 


15732 


22 


Hritz Coal Co., George 


George Hritz 


R. D. 1, Box 188 


Windber 


15963 


35 


Huff Coal Co. * 




R. D. 2 


Dayton 


16222 


33 


Hustosky, John * 




R. F. D.l,Box U0S 


Dunbar 


151*31 


21 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


George Steel 


P. 0. Box 271 


Tire Hill 


15959 


13 


J. & J. Mining Co. 






Point Marion 151*71* 


22 


J. R. Sales, Inc. 


Claude Rice 




Jerome 


15937 


22 


J. T. Coal Co. 


John Toth 




Hooversville 


15936 


36-37 


Jack Bros. Constr. Co. * 




Route #1 


Emlenton 


16031 


15 


James Coal Mining Co. 


Walter D. Davis 


P. 0. Box 131* 


Starford 


15777 


21 


Jandy Coal Co., Inc. 


Edwin Eakins 


P. 0. Box 207 


Windber 


15963 



555 



556 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Addres 


IS 


2ip 
Code 


32-33 


Jane Coal Co. * 




76 E. Main St. 


Uniontown 


15U01 


li7 


Johnson & Morgan * 






Snow Shoe 


16871* 


1*7 


Jones & Brague Mining Co.* 




106 Carpentertown 


Blossburg 


16912 


8-13 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


J. S. Hubbard 


P. 0. Box 608 


California 


151*19 


32 


Jordan Coal Co. * 




R. F. D. 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


37 


Kahle Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Knox 


16232 


33 


Kaiser Refractories * 




P. 0. Box 363 


Frostburg 


1571*0 


38 


Kann, John # 




R. D. 2, Box 206 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


11 


Kaskan Coal Co. 


George Kaskan 


R. D. 2 


Vandergrift 


15609 


l;k 


Kasubick Bros. Coal Co.* 




Charles Street 


Houtzdale 


16651 


32 


Kelly Enterprises, Inc.* 




P. 0. Box 1*55 


Fairchance 


151*36 


31 


Kelly Mining Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Industry 


15052 


3ll 


Kendi, Paul W. * 




R. D. 3 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


H* 


Kennedy Coal Co. 


Alvin Kennedy, Jr. 


R. D. 5, Box 35 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1-30 


Kerry Coal Co. *# 


Vernon Y. Kerry 


R. D. 2, Box 19 


Portersville 


l6o5l 


1*6 


Kettle Creek Corp. * 






Kylertown 


1681*7 


32 


King Knob Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 268 


Clarksburg WVa 26301 


1*3 


Kitko, Francis. * 




P. 0. Box 166 


Madera 


16661 


lit 


Kniseley Coal Co. 


J. Caltagarone 


P. 0. Box 158 


Reynolds ville 


15851 


13 


Kovach Coal Co. 


Alex Kovach 


10 Maple Street 


Masontown 


151*61 


3li 


Kowalski, Frank * 




17l*2 Greensburg Rd. 


N. Kensington 


15068 


lit 


Kraynak Coal Co. 


Thomas Kraynak 


R. D. 


Glen Campbell 


1571*2 


12 


Krevokuch Coal Co. 


Paul Krevokuch 


P. 0. Box 1*53 


Hutchinson 


1561*0 


1*2 


Krieger, James # 




R. D. 


Saxton 


16678 


1*2-1*5 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co.* 




Lanse 


1681*9 


33 


Krulock, Steve * 




R. F. D. 3, Box 108 Uniontown 


151*01 


3li 


Kutsenkow, George * 




P. 0. Box 69 


Clairton 


15025 


35 


L. & E. Constr. &. Equip. Co 


.,Inc* 


R. D. 7 


Kittanning 


16201 


3 


L. & J. Equipment Co. 




R. D. 1 


Greensboro 


15338 


1 


L. & L. Coal Co. 


Clinton Guthrie 


li00 North Street 


Grove City 


16127 


9 


Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 


Paul Hineman 


P. 0. Box 130 


Philipsburg 


16866 


1 


Lake View Coal Co. 






Hilliard 


l6ol*0 


22 


Lambert-Niovich 


Jos. Niovich 


231 View Street 


Johnstown 


15901* 


39 


Lamkie Coal Co. * 






Glen Campbell 


1571*2 


1*1* 


Lansberry Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Woodland 


16881 


lii 


Lasky Construction Co., Inc. * 




922 Sunnehanna Ave. 


Johnstown 


15905 


aii 


Latimer Brothers * 




P. 0. Box 292 


New Alexandria 15670 


39 


Leasure Coal Co. * # 




R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


1*2 


Lechene Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1. Box 361*A 


Patton 


16668 


11 


Leechburg Mining Co. 


David G. Batistig P. 0. Box 51 


Leechburg 


15656 


Wi 


Long, A. W. * 




1203 Presqueisle 


Philipsburg 


16866 


21 


Longwall Mining, Inc. 


George Ledney 


900 Railroad St. 


Windber 


15963 


11 


Loyal Creek Coal Co. 


Robert Heifer 


P. 0. Box 200 


Slickville 


15681* 


30 


Lucas Coal Co. * 




1*00 N Street 


Grove City 


16127 


33 


Luzerne Coal Corp. * 




P. 0. Box 50 


E. Millsboro 


151*33 


21 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


J. A. Meehan, Jr. 


130 Southmont Blvd. 


Johnstown 


15905 


15 


MT Coal Co. 


Rocco Yanity 


Ill East Pike 


Indiana 


15701 


33 


Macar Services & Supply Co.* 




R. F. D. 1 


New Salem 


151*68 


33 


Mahoney, Paul V. * 




92 E. Main Street 


Uniontown 


151*01 


22 


Manion Coal Co., Inc. 


Don B. Holsopple 


P. 0. Box 131 


Holsopple 


15935 


35 


Manor Minerals, Inc. *# 




265 S. Jefferson St.Kittanning 


16201 


9 


Manor Mining & Contracting Corp. Edward Hull 




Bigler 


16825 


U*-39 


Marion Center Mining Co. * 


Clair B. Kinter 




Marion Center 


15759 


35-38-39 


Markle-Bullers Coal Co. *# 




Keystone Bldg. 


Kittanning 


16201 


31* 


Marsolino Coal & Coke, Inc. * 




P. 0. Drawer X 


Uniontown 


151*01 


35-36 


Martin Coal Co., James E. * 




R. D. 1 


Templeton 


16259 


6 


Mathies Coal Co. 


Mike Rocco 


2 Downing Street 


library 


15129 


1-30 


Mathieson Coal Co.,Thos. B.* 


■ Edwin R.Drennen 


917 Columbia Ave. 


Grove City 


16127 


9-36 


Mauersberg Coal Co. * 


R. J. Mauersberg 




Sigel 


15860 


1-36 


Mays Coal Co. * 


James A. Mays 


P. 0. Box 1*1*7 


Clarion 


16211* 


25 


McCracken, Daniel 


Daniel McCracken 




West Lebanon 


15783 


li5 


McDonald Coal Co.,Fahy * 




P. 0. Box 10li 


Grampian 


16838 


lili 


McGovern Coal Co., Clair C. * 






Karthaus 


1681*5 


15-35 


Mclntire Coal Co. * 


Ronald Mclntire 


R. D. 1 


Creekside 


15732 


30 


McKelvey Mining Co. * 




51*12 Hardt Road 


Gibsonia 


1501*1* 


15-39 


Mears Coal Co. * # 


Murray Martin 


R. D. 1 


Marion Center 


15759 


31 


Medusa Portland Cement Co. * 




P. 0. Box 5668 


Cleveland, Ohio 1*1*112 


3«i 


Mehrer, Emil * 




939 Sunset Drive 


Greensburg 


15601 


13-33 


Menallen Coke Co. * 




P. 0. Box 1*2 


New Salem 


151*68 


5 


Micale Coal Yard 


Joe Mecale 




Rural Ridge 


15075 


31* 


MLkel Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1 


West Newton 


15089 


36 


Miles Coal Co., Clyde * 




R. D. 2 


Summersville 


15861* 


1-30 


Miller & McKnight Coal Co.* 


Calvin Fisher 


R. D. 1 


Sandy Lake 


1611*5 


Ii3 


Minds Coal Co. * 






Ramey 


16671 


32 


Mineral Excavating Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Finleyville 


15332 


37 


Mineral Hill Corp. * 




558 Beatty Street 


Grove City 


16127 



District, 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


36 


MLnich Coal Co. * 




R. D. 2, Box 88 


". " : .-- 


:-::_: 


9-38 


Minns Coal Co. * # 


Thomas J. Minns 


P. 0. Box S 


Falls Creek 


158UO 


1 


Mohawk Mining Co. 


J. A. Brookes 


100- A No. Market 


Carmichaels 


15320 


39 


Monnie Coal Co., S. C. * 




R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 1571*2 


38-1*2 


Moore Coal Co., Everett * 




30l* Indiana 5'. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


23 


Moore Mine 


Irvin Moore 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


155U1 


1*7 


Moore & Son, W. G. * 




3H* N. Uth St. 


Philip sburg 


16866 


39 


Morchesky Trucking & Exc. Co. 


* 


R. D. 1 


Carrolltown 


15759 


12 


Moremet Coal Co., Inc. 


C. H. Moore 


111 N. Main St. 


Greensburg 


15601 


39 


Morrone Coal Co. * 




R. D. J4,East Pike 


Indiana 


15701 


9-hS 


Moshannon Falls Mining Co.,Inc* I.R.Stewart 


11 N. 2nd Street 


Clearfield 


16830 


30 


Nastasi, James * 




561* W. Cunninghair 


Butler 


16001 


32 


National Industries, Inc. * 




R. D. 1, Box 173 


Bentleyville 153UU 


13 


National Mines Corp. 


J. J. Raves 




Isabella 


l5Uii7 


16 


New Shawmut Mining Co. * 




P. 0. Box 1*26 


St. Marys 


15857 


35 


Nicholson Run Coal Co. * 




1*25 Market Street Kittanning 


16201 


16-25 


North American Coal Corp., The 


Franklin L.Scott 




Seward 


15951 


l 


North Butler Coal Co. 


David Conterno 


135 Oneida Valley 


Butler 


16001 


17-35-39 


North Cambria Fuel Co. * 


John F. Weakland 


1st Nat'l Bk Bldg.Spangler 


15775 


17 


North Camp Mining Co. 


Sylvester J. Finch R. D. 1 


LaJose 


15753 


33 


Oak Run Coal, Inc. * 




76 E. Main Street 


Dhiontown 


151*01 


1*5 


Ogden Coal Co., C. A. * 




R. D. l,Coal Hill 


Clearfield 


16830 


i*o 


Ohler, Leo * 




R. D. 1* 


Berlin 


15530 


39 


Old Home Manor, Inc. # # 




R. D. 2 


Homer City 


1571*8 


15 


Oneida Mining Co., The 


Franklin L.Scott 




Seward 


15-5- 


12 


Orisik, Frank 


Frank Orisik 


P. 0. Box 3XU 


Smithton 


151*79 


1*5 


Orlando, Dominick * 




Park Hotel 


Curwensville 16833 


3ii 


Overly, L. W. * 




R. D. 1 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


33 


Ovitsky, Anthony B. # 




P. 0. Box 712 


Mt. Pleasant 15666 


22- 23 -hO- lil PBS Coals, Inc. * # 




P. 0. Box 210 


Mercer sburg 


15767 


35 


P. & L. Coal Co., inc. * 




R. D. 2, Box 309 


Ford City 


16226 


9-H*-35- 












38-1*3-1*6 


P & N Coal Co., Inc. * # 


D. J. White 


21*2 W. Mahoning St. Punxsutawney 15767 


15 


Pappal, Charles 


Walter McKee 


R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


ll 


Partner Coal Co. 


Joseph Gilchrist 


R. D. 2 


Apollo 


15613 


38 


Pas caret, James * 






Corsica 


15829 


It 


Paw- Paw Fuel, Inc. 


Wm. H. Herring 




Dilliner 


15327 


26 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


Richard Collins 


P. 0. Box 181* 


Shippingport 15077 


39 


Peles Coal Co., Inc. * 




P. 0. Box 62 


Glen Campbell l57l*2 


37 


Pengrove Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 116 


Slippery Rockl6o57 


w» 


Penn Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 626 


Philipsburg 


16866 


11 


Penn Allegh Coal Co., Inc. 


Charles Scott 


R. D. 2, Box 238A Tarentum 


15081* 


15 


Penn Hill Coal Corp. 


Kenneth Leasure 


5U Sixth Street 


Clymer 


15728 


23-1*0 


Penn Pocahontas Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 21*8 


Garrett 


1551*2 


U2 


Pennsylvania Energy Corp. * 




525 Wm. Penn PI. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


33 


Pennsylvania Mineral Co. * 




500 Lloyd Ave. 


Latrobe 


15650 


32 


Pennweir Construction Co. * 




1*01 Penna. Ave. 


Weirton,WVa 


26062 


1*7 


Percival, Paul * 




R. D. 1 


Canton 


17721* 


30-31 


Perry-Ross Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 1163 


Sharon 


1611*6 


U-32 


Petitte Bros. Coal Co., Inc. * James Barill 


R. D. 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


32 


Petricca Coal Co. * 




R. D. 2 


Burgettstowr 


15021 


23 


Petrosky, Victor 


Victor Petrosky 


R. D. 1*, Box 38 


Latrobe 


15650 


36 


Phillips, Merle H. # 




32 Greenville Av. 


Clarion 


1621I* 


38-39-1*2 


Phillips Coal Co., Jack * 




1*30 S. Main St. 


Punxsutawney 15767 


33-31* 


Piccolomini, Wm. * 




213 N.Washington 


Connellsvillel51i25 


hh-kl 


Pike Coal Co. * 




209 Spruce Street 


Philipsburg 


16866 


5-6-12-26-31* Pittsburgh Coal Co. * 


A. J. Heifer 


P. 0. Box 500 


Library 


15129 


31 


Pittsburgh Refractories Co.* 




Benedum Trees BldgPittsburgh 


15222 


39 


Polar Coal Co. * 




R. D. l,Box 1*03 


Greensburg 


15601 


32-33 


Pontorero & Sons Coal Co. * 




216 S. Main St. 


Masontown 


15U61 


22 


Potochar , Joe, John, Ronald 


Joseph Potochar 


115 Hoover Street 


Hooversville 


15936 


10 


Powell Coal Co. 


James N. Hosey 


R. D. 5 


Kittanning 


16201 


1*2-1*3 


Powell Coal Co., C. E. * 






Blandburg 


16619 


32 


Protz Brothers Coal Co. * 




1200 Scott Hill Rd. Elizabeth 


15037 


33 


Purco Coal Co., Inc. * 




R. D. 2, Box 381* 


Monongahela 


15063 


33 


Puskar, John * 




R. F. D. 1 


Dawson 


151*28 


38 


R.E.M. Coal Co. * 




Drawer B 


Brookville 


15825 


35 


R. & R. Coal Co. * # 




R. D. 2 


Vandergrift 


15690 


1*7 


P.. S. Coal Co., Inc. * 




P. 0. Box 15 


Clarence 


16829 


9 


Real Coal Co. 


A. J. Palumbo II 


P. 0. Box 1*26 


St. Marys 


15857 


35-36 


Reddinger Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 58 


Distant 


16223 


39 


Red Gap Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 179 


Glen Campbell 157U2 


Wi 


Reese Brothers Coal Co. * 




709 McAteer St. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


33 


Reese Coal Co. * 




R. F. D. 2 


Smithfield 


151*78 


U5 


Reese Coal Co., Philip * 






Karthaus 


:f^_5 


2 


Reesedale Mining, Inc. 


Ivan Snick 


R. D. 1, Box ll*-A 


Adrian 


16210 



558 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 


Zip 
Code 


22 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Frank Sesack 


509-l5th Street 


Windber 


15963 


1-5-8-12 


Republic Steel Corp. 


G. E.DeRusha 


Fayette Nat'l Bldg. 


Uniontown 


151*01 


111 


Richards, Kenneth G. # 




810 Lincoln Way E. 


McConnellsburgl7233 


22 


Richland Coal Co. 


Ernest Martinage 


R. D. 1, Box U3U 


South Fork 


15956 


9-l*l*-l*5 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc.* 


Raymond Larson 




Kylertown 


1681*7 


35 


Riverera land Co. # 




5 Shady Lane 


Pittsburgh 


15235 


10-35 


ROB Coal Co. *# 


Clarence Creel 


P. 0. Box 188 


Apollo 


15613 


10-35 


Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal 


Co.*# R.I.BillingsP. 0. Box 729 


Indiana 


15701 


33 


Rondell Co., Inc. * 




R. D. 3, Box 536 


Monongahela 


15063 


39 


Rosensteel, C. L. * # 




R. D. 1, Box 118 


Saltsburg 


16581 


32-31* 


Rosini's, Inc. * 




R. D. 2, Shirley Lane 


Oakdale 


15057 


32 


Rostosky Coal Co. * 




R. D. 3, Box 112 


Monongahela 


15063 


1*6 


Rougeux & Trimpey Coal Co.* 






Karthaus 


l681i5 


1*1 


Roxby Coal Co., Robert * 




199 Collegiate Dr. 


Johnstown 


15905 


hh 


Roy Coal Co., Inc. * 




P. 0. Box 12 


Olanta 


16863 


33 


Ruane-Arnold Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 278 


Hopwood 


151*1*5 


13-33 


Ruane Coal & Coke Co. * 




P. 0. Box 1*85 


Fair chance 


151*36 


17 


Rushton Mining Co. 


Blair Rickard 


P. 0v Box 589 


Philip sburg 


16866 


hh 


Ryan Brothers Coal Co. * 




201 Spruce Street 


Clearfield 


16830 


hi 


S. & D. Trucking Co. * 






Snow Shoe 


16871* 


l*o 


S. & S. Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1, Box U3-1B 


Dunbar 


151*31 


35 


S. & S. Coal Co., Inc. * 




R. D. 1 


Avonmore 


15618 


32 


Sang Coal Co. * 




R. D. h, Box 393 


Uniontown 


151*01 


23-iiO 


Sanner Brothers Coal Co. * 




Route 1 


Rockwood 


15557 


23-1*0 


Scurfield, William E. * 




226 Main Street 


Berlin 


15530 


30 


Sechan Limestone Industries 


•* 


R. D. 1 


Portersville 


' 16051 


12 


Sekora, III, John P. 


J. P. Sekora, III 


P. 0. Box 200 


Luxor 


15662 


39 


Selected Fuels, Inc. * 




P. 0. Box 121 


Ramey 


16671 


1*7 


Seprish & Urbanick Coal Co. 


* 


Park Ave. R.D. 


Snow Shoe 


1687I* 


22 


Shade Valley Coal Co. 


George Ledney 


P. 0. Box 71 


Windber 


15963 


l*o 


Shafer, Walter * 






Listonburg 


151*57 


i*i 


Shaffer, Myron * 




801 Shady Lane 


Windber 


15963 


Wi 


Shale Hill Coal Co. * 






Grampian 


16838 


9-1*3-1*1*-!* 5 Shawville Coal Co. # 


Wm. C. Michaels 


P. 0. Box 31* 


Shawville 


16873 


9-37 


Siegel Coal Co., Harold A.* 


Jerome Siegel 


320 Liberty St. 


Clarion 


16211* 


1*3 


Simca Mining, Inc. * 




Ii05 James Street 


Curwensville 


16833 


39 


Siverd Brothers Coal Co.* 




R. D. l,Box 199 


Clymer 


15728 


1*0 


Slifco Brothers Coal Co. # 




R. D. 3 


Berlin 


15530 


10 


Smith, George F. 


George F. Smith 


252 S. 13th Street 


Indiana 


15701 


l*o 


Smith, John J. * 




P. 0. Box 71* 


Mt. Savage, Md. 


2151*5 


35 


Smith, J. Merle * 




R. D. 1 


Avonmore 


15618 


U6 


Smith & Rogos Coal Co.* # 




Box 51 


Brockway 


15821* 


39 


Smith & Sons Coal Co.,W.A.* 




R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell l57l*2 


23 


Snyder, Everett R. 


Everett R. Snyder 




Markleton 


15551 


38 


Snyder, Marlin L. * 




P. 0. Box: 109 


Timblin 


15778 


13-33 


Sober dash Coal & Coke Co.* 




151* Broadway 


Connellsville 151*25 


22 


Solar Fuel Co., Inc. 


Paul Shreckengost 


- P. 0. Box 127 


Hooversville 


15936 


33 


Soloman & Teslovick * 




P. 0. Box 728 


Masontown 


151*61 


23 


Spewock, Theodore 


Theodore Spewock 


R. D. 5, Box 25D 


Latrobe 


15650 


1*2 


Spickler Coal Co., Frank * 




Route h 


Hagerstown, Md. 


18 


Sponsky, William 


Wm. Sponsky 


P. 0. Box 307 


Elmora 


15737 


9-36-38 


Stahlman Coal Co. ,Inc. ,W.P. 


*H. D. Rhodes 


P. 0. Box 71 


Corsica 


15829 


1*0 


Star Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 597 


Johnstown 


15905 


13-1*2 


Starford Coal Corp. * # 




P. 0. Box 122 


Starford 


15777 


38-1*6 


Starr Coal Co. * # 






Brockport 


15823 


35 


State Industries, Inc. * # 




P. 0. Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


32 


Stefkovick Bros. Coal Co. * 


R. D. 2 


Avella 


15312 


21* 


Stella Maris Coal Co. 


Terrence Johnston 


Dysart 


16636 


37 


Stiles Co., G. A. * 






Tylersburg 


16361 


hi 


Stott Coal Co., Inc. * 




P. 0. Box 130 


Philipsburg 


16866 


38-15 


Strishock Coal Co. * # 




P. 0. Box 133 


Brockway 


15821* 


38 


Sugar Hill Limestone Co. * 




10th Street 


Reynoldsville 15 


1-30 


Sunbeam Coal Corp. * 


Wm. L. Harger 


P. 0. Box 5 


Boyers 


16020 


1*1 


Svonavec Coal Co. * 




R. D. 1 


Friedens 


1551*1 


23-1*0 


Svonavec, Inc. * 




R. D. 1 


Friedens 


1551*1 


hh 


Swistock & George * 






Houtzdale 


16651 


33 


Sycamore Tree Coal Co. * 


George W. Kelley 


P. 0. Box 6 


Uniontown 


151*01 


22 


TLS Coal Co. 


Joseph Stosick 


1U8 Statler Street 


Central City 


15926 


1*6 


Tamburlin Bros. Coal Co.* 






Brockport 


15838 


33-31* 


Tedesco, William R. * 




P. 0. Box Ui3 


Wyano 


15695 


9-1*5 


Teeter Coal Co., John E. * 


John Teeter, Jr. 


P. 0. Box 72 


Philipsburg 


16866 


2 


Tesone Coal Co. 


Joseph V. Tesone 


P. 0. Box 35 


Wildwood 


15091 


9-1*5 


Thomas Brothers Coal Co.* 


Richard Peterman 


Main Street 


Grampian 


16838 


31 


Thompson Bros. Mining Co. * 


R. D. 5 


Lisbon, Ohio 


1*1*1*32 


1*1* 


Thompson Coal Co., Inc., J. 


# 


P. 0. Box 967 


Clearfield 


16830 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 


Zip 
Code 


lil 


Three "S" Coal Co. * 




P. 0. Box 237 


S toys town 


15563 


30 


Tiche Limestone & Const. Co. 


* 


R. D. 1 


Boyers 


16020 


35 


Toy, Edwin W. # 




R. D. 3 


Kittanning 


16201 


7-8-32 


Tremont Mining Co. # 


Edward Baker 


188 Arlington Ave. 


Charleroi 


15022 


23 


Trent Coal Co. 


Bruce Trent 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


155U1 


11 


Tunnelton Mining Co. 


John Boback 


506 1st Nat'l Bk B3 


. Johnstown 


15901 


32 


Twilight Industries, Inc.*j| 




Ulii Broad Ave. 


Belle Vernon 


15012 


32 


Tyhonas, Leroy # 




R. D. 1 


Coal Center 


l5h23 


9 


Tyler Mining Co. 


A.J. Palumbo,II 




St. Marys 


15857 


3U 


Ulishney Fuel Co., Paul * 




R. D. 7, Box 255 


Greensburg 


15601 


1 


Union Carbide Corp. 


W. E. Dulin 


P. 0. Box 338 


Saxonburg 


16056 


lit 


United Industries, Inc. 


Chas. E. Powell 


Keystone Bldg. 


Kittanning 


16201 


3-7-13-33 


United States Steel Corp.* 


J. B. Girod 


Fayette Bk. Bldg. 


Uniontown 


I5u0l 


13 


Utilities Fuel Co. 






Point Marion 


I5u7u 


22 


Valent Coal Co. 


M. G. Huston 


R. D. 5, Box 38a 


Johnstown 


15905 


15-22-39 


Valley Coal Co. . * 


E. G. Vehovic 


P. 0. Box 86 


Alverda 


15710 


32 


Valley Point Coal Co. * 






Carmichaels 


15320 


36 


Vantage Coal Co. * 




29 N. 5th Ave. 


Clarion 


162m 


1-31 


Veon, Inc., Ralph A. * # 


Ralph A. Veon 


P. 0. Box 326 


Darlington 


16115 


m-38 


Vetica Construction Co. * 


Walter Stelter 


509 Morningstar Dr. 


Ellwood City 


16117 


20 


Vinton Coal Co. 


' Harry Keilman 


R. D. 2 


Ebensburg 


15931 


k6 


Vollmer, Lawrence B. * 




Rosely Road 


Saint Marys 


15857 


36 


W. & M. Coal Co. * 




R. D. 3 


New Bethlehem 162U2 


m 


W. W. Coal Co., Inc. # # 




R. D. 1 


Central City 


15962 


&2 


Weakland Brothers Coal Co.* 




R. D. 1 


Barnesboro 


157 Hi 


kl 


Weaver, Lorain * 






Cairnbrook 


1592U 


9-37 


Weaver & Sons, A. P. # 


A. P. Weaver 




Fryburg 


16326 


39 


Weimer, John # 




Mtd. Route 


Saltsburg 


15681 


3U 


Weinman Coal & Coke Co. * 




R. D. k 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


1-30-35 


West Freedom Mng. Corp.* # 


R. W. Haller 


P. 0. Box 169 


Kittanning 


16201 


33 


West Perm Coal & Constr.Co. 


* 


Dry Tavern 


Rices Landing 15357 


30 


Western Hickory Coal Co. # 




R. D. 1 


Boyers 


16020 


33 


Why el Coal Co. * 




59 Hillcrest Lane 


Uniontown 


I5li0i 


b 


Williamson Shaft Cont.,Inc. 


William Brock 


P. 0. Box 266 


Fairmont, W.Va. 


1-30 


Willowbrook Mining Co. * 


James Sartori 


1005 W. Ketter Drive Grove City 


16127 


36 


Wilson, John N. * 






Shippenville 


l625li 


lil 


Windber High Standard Coal 


Co., Inc.-"- # 


1203 Graham Ave. 


Windber 


15963 


37 


Winger Coal Co. # 




R. D. 6 


Mercer 


16137 


Wi 


Winters Construction, Melvin* 


R. D. 1, Box 621 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


h3 


Wister Coal Co. # # 






Irvona 


16656 


35 


Wolcott, Dale M. * 




315 S. 5th Street 


Indiana 


15701 


30 


Wright, Inc., Grant W. *# 




Box 19U,N. Tower Rd 


Fombell 


16123 


1-9-36-37 


Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. * 


Ray Zacherl 


505 Bank Street 


Titusville 


l6351i 


13 


Zentkovich, Frank 


Frank Zentkovich 


R. D. 2, Box 176 


Smithfield 


15178 


111 


Zubek & Yantus * # 




809 Main Street 


Central City 


15926 


1 


Zuck Coal Co . , Inc . 


F.Gerald Zuck 




Shippenville 


1625U 



559 



DIRECTORY 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



563 



Maurice K. Goddard 
Secretary 

Wesley E. Gilbertson 
Deputy Secretary for 
Environmental Protection k 
Regulation 



Walter N. Heine 

Associate Deputy Secretary 



Jack H. Viets, Chief 
Administrative Services 



Walter J. Vicinelly 
Director 

James J. Shober, Jr. 
Anthracite Regional Mine 
Safety Supervisor 



2nd Floor 

Evangelical Press Bldg. 



9th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 1U67 
Harrisburg 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PRO TEC TI ON 



9th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



9th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



Bureau of Deep Mine Safety 



6th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg. 

108 S. Claude A Lord Blvd. Pottsville 



17120 717 787-2811* 

17120 717 787-5027 

17120 717 787-U686 

17120 717 787-8193 

17120 717 787-1376 



17901 



717 622-8181 
Ext. 360 



Dennis J. Keenan 


The Prave Building 










Bituminous Regional Mine 


122 South Center Street 


Ebensburg 


15931 


611* 


1*72-7191 


Safety Supervisor 












Dis- 


Anthracite Deep Mine 


Inspectors 








trict 












!T~ A. A. Joyce 


Hill Crest Manor 


Elysburg 


1782U 


717 


672-21*89 


6 L. W. Rogers 


837 Spruce Street 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


717 


373-391*2 


7 C. E. Kashner 


90li West Spruce Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


61*8-3792 


8 Leon Brass 


107 South Walnut Street 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


717 


339-U152 


9 P. P. Hino 


108 East Mahanoy Avenue 


Mahanoy City 


179U8 


717 


773-3691* 


10 Joseph Halaburda 


230 South Wylam Street 


Frackville 


17931 


717 


87U-H63 


11 A. E. Hand 


West Main Street 


He gins 


17938 


717 


682-3281* 


12 C. E. Miller 


Wiconisco Avenue 


Muir 


17957 


717 


61*7-9239 



Leon Brass 

Acting Inspector-at-Large 



107 South Walnut Street Mount Carmel 
Anthracite Electrical Inspectors 



17851 717 339-U52 



Michae 


L J. Polinko 






1211 Chestnut Street 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


717 


373-9UU9 


William Buggy 






1539 West Lynn Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


61*8-0356 








Antt 


racite Mine Rescue and First Aid Instructors 








Stephen M. Matsick 






617 East Patterson Street 


Lansford 


18232 


717 


6U5-U256 


John J 


. Steber 






23U^5 East Kline Avenue 


Lansford 


18232 


717 


6U5-9UU1 




ii. Wittig 




Anthracite Environmental Protec 


tion Technicians 


17976 


717 




Clare 




125 East White Street 


Shenandoah 


1*62-1627 


Edward 


G. Narcavage 






326 North Fourth Street 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


717 


339-2862 


Dis- 








Bituminous Coal Deep Mine 


Inspectors 








trict 


















r~ 


W. H. Hixon 


(Office) 


R. D. 1 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


U12 


1*58-61*1*7 






(Home) 


R. D. 1 


Carmichaels 


15320 


1*12 


966-213U 


2 


W. H. Hixon, 


Acti 


ng 


" 


■ 


" 


" 


■ 


3 


P. H. Hyatt 






21*5 Bonar Avenue 


Wayne 3b urg 


15370 


U12 


627-8937 


u 


E. C. Urbany 






1525 Sixth Street 


Wayne sburg 


15370 


U12 


627-5531 


5 


F. J. Shoaf, 


Jr. 




52U Old Wayne sburg Road 


Carmichaels 


15320 


U12 


966-7638 


6 


Joseph Reggianni 




P. 0. Box 111 


Webster 


15087 


U12 


379-601*9 


7 


S. A. Fredric 


k 




221 Charles Street 


Belle Vernon 


15012 


U12 


929-5353 


8 


J. M. Hovanic 




111 Water Street 


West Brownsville 


15U18 


U12 


785-7707 



564 



Dis- 






Bituminous Coal Deep Mine Inspectors (Conti 


nued) 






trict 








9 


G. F. 


Moody 


6 West Fifth Avenue 


Clearfield 


16830 


8ll* 


765-7723 


10 


C. F. 


Kelly 


21*7 Meadow Street 


Ford City 


16226 


1*12 


763-781*6 


11 


J. C. 


Panchura(0ffice| 


) P. 0. Box 151 


Salina 


15680 


1*12 


697-5221 






(Home) 


U05 McGovern Road 


Houston 


1531*2 


1*12 


71*5-9737 


12 


J. J. 


Hunter 


1 Lentz Street, 
















Rolling Hills 


Irwin 


1561*2 


1*12 


863-0363 


13 


J. M. 


Muchnok 


R. D. 1, Box 376 


Hopwood 


151*1*5 


1*12 


b38-0368 


11* 


J. E. 


Lamont 


505 Fourth Avenue 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


8ll* 


938-6271 


15 


A. S. 


Gillingham(Office) P. 0. Box 101* 


Shelocta 


15771* 


1*12 


351* -2116 






(Home ] 


) P. 0. Box 1*1*7 


New Eagle 


15067 


1*12 


258-871*0 


16 


L. D. 


Kimmel 


1237 Washington Street 


Indiana 


15701 


1*12 


1*65-2873 


17 


R. E. 


Fulton 


P. 0. Box ll*8 


Hastings 


1661*6 


8ll* 


2U7-8965 


18 


A. L. 


Shank 


R. D. 1, Wise Mobile 
















Terrace #15 


Ebensburg 


15931 


Bill 


1*72-6558 


19 


Lawrence Jones 


6ll* West Ogle Street 


Ebensburg 


15931 


811* 


1*72-9282 


20 


Eno Chellini 


1*33 West Church Avenue 


Masontown 


151*61 


1*12 


583-2187 


21 


E. H. 


Pauley 


1100 Cambria Street 


Portage 


159U6 


811* 


736-1*1*27 


22 


Michael Phillips 


P. 0. Box 33U 


Jerome 


15937 


8ll* 


1*79-1*31*5 


23 


W. L. 


Reynolds 


Sunny Acres Mobile Park, 
















R. D. 2, Box 20 


Somerset 


15501 


81U 


1*1*5 -1*320 


21* 


A. E. 


Valeri 


R. D. 2, Box 87 


Ebensburg 


15931 


8ll* 


1*72-851*8 


25 


A. M. 


Williams 


P. 0. Box 23 


Apollo 


15613 


1*12 


1*72-6031 


26 


A. M. 


Pawlosky 


R. D. 1 


Hickory 


153U0 


1*12 


71*5-8177 




R. A. 


Vicinelly 


III Cedar Street 


Masontown 


15U61 


1*12 


583-9309 




G. P. 


Re sick 


1608 Taylor Avenue 

Bituminous Electrical 


Arnold 
Inspectors 


15068 


1*12 


335-2197 


1,2, 
5,12 


E. C. 


Houston 


31*0 Washington Street 


Springdale 


15U*1* 


1*12 


271* -81*35 


9,10,11, 














Hi, 16 

6,7, 

8,26 


E. R. 


Shoemaker 


217 Marlboro Drive 


New Kensington 


15068 


1*12 


335-0307 


J. E. 


Pr ingle 


P. 0. Box 55 


Merrittstown 


151*63 


1*12 


21*6-2022 


3,1*, 
















13,23 


S. W. 


Marsinek 


500 Pittsburgh Road 


Uniontown 


15U01 


1*12 


1*38-691*3 


15,17, 


18, 














19, 21* 


0. R. 


Baker 


529A Old Waynesburg Road 


Carmichaels 


15320 


1*12 


966-5221 


20,21, 
















22,25 


J. F. 


Funka 


R. D. No. 3 


McDonald 


15057 


1*12 


71*5-8597 








Safety Inspector 








A. J. 


Paciga 




17 Cedar Street 


Masontown 


151»6l 


1*12 


583-91*52 






Bituminous Mine Rescue and Fir 


st Aid Instructors 








Kenneth R. Laughery 


212 Dixon Boulevard 


Uniontown 


15U01 


1*12 


1*37-7991 


William P. Caffrey 


512 North Gallatin Avenue 


Uniontown 


151*01 


1*12 


1*38-9218 


Charle 


s F. Erickson 


1022 Conemaugh Avenue 


Portage 


1591*6 


811* 


736-8678 


Thomas 


McClemens 


R. D. No. 3 


Stoystown 


15563 


811* 


893-51*23 


Summerhill Mine Rescue Station 






811* 


1*95-1*51*1 


Uniontown Mine Rescue Station 






1*12 


1*38-2582 




m Harr 


Bituminous Environmental Protei 


:tion Technicians 


1531*6 


1*12 




Willia 


ison 


Box 283 


Mather 


883-5255 


I. M. 


King 




1*1* Brown Street 


Uni on town 


15U01 


1*12 


1*38-0323 








Mines and Quarries Inspectors 








William M. Smith 


151 Sunset Avenue 


Pleasant Gap 


16823 


811* 


359-2002 


John Conroy 




302 No. Main St., Apt. 2 


Butler 


16001 


1*12 


283-1059 



Bureau Of Surface Mine Reclamation 



Willi 


am E. Guckert 


7th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 








Director 


Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717 


787-5103 


Walte 


r Kohler, Chief 












Div. 


of Mine Drainage Control 7th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 








and 


Reclamation 


Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717 


787-3909 


Donald Zutlas, Chief 












Div. 


Df Licensing and 


7th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 








Bonding 


Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717 


787-1*827 


George R. Sterling, Chief 












Anthracite Surface Mining 


Community Square 


Buck Run 


17926 


717 


5U* -5262 


Sec 


tion 












Edward Lancaster 












Bituminous Inspector-at-Large Box 225 


Brockway 


1582U 


8lh 


265-2833 


Jacob 


Leigh ty 












Bituminous Inspector-at-Large R. D. No. 1 


Derry 


15627 


1*12 


69U-5H7 


Robert H. Davis, Chief 


8th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 








Division of Explosives 


Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717 


787-2U58 


Dis- 




Anthracite Conservation 


Inspectors 








trict 














1 


W. A. Sanders 


R. D. 2 


Dalton 


18U1U 


717 


563-191*5 


2 


A. J. Latz 


9 West Phillips Street 


Coaldale 


18218 


717 


61*5-5727 


3 


J. R. Ruane 


928 No. Washington Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


61*8-0262 


1* 


W. D. Maurer 


25 Vaux Avenue 


Tremont 


17981 


717 


695-3672 


30 


Merle Urey 


Bituminous Coal Conservati 


on Inspectors 


16127 


U12 




529 North Center Avenue 


Grove City 


1*58-8773 


31 


Herbert Strum 


1*1*66 Ellwood Road 


New Castle 


16101 


1*12 


758-7061 


32 


William Cherry- 


R. D. 3 


McDonald 


15057 


U12 


71*5-6626 


33 


James King 


Box 3 


Ohiopyle 


151*70 


U12 


329-5935 


31* 


William Sray 


R. D. 2, Box 210 


McDonald 


15057 


1*12 


221-7197 


35 


Bernard Snyder 


R. D. 2 


Kittanning 


16201 


81U 


257-8851* 


36 


Charles Speelman 


Box 581 


Clarion 


162m 


811* 


226-6533 




Andrew Colberg 


258 Poplar Avenue 


Dayton 


16222 


81U 


257-81*1*8 


37 


Virgil Ordiway 


Crescent Avenue 


Clarion 


1621b 


8ll* 


226-7623 


38 


Theodore Castner 


Box 58 


Corsica 


15829 


8H1 


379-31*16 


39 


John Serian 


51 Main Street 


Rossiter 


15772 


8ll* 


938-7763 


l*o 


Paul Serfass 


U26 Center Street, Box 67 


Boswell 


15531 


8lU 


629-9580 


hi 


John Moore 


P. 0. Box 21*8 


Windber 


15963 


81U 


1*67-5171 


1*2 


James Wise 


Main Street 


St. Michael 


15951 


811* 


1*95-1*295 


1*3 


Charles Hicks 


R. D. 


Grampian 


16838 


8lU 


236-1369 


UU 


Nile Linberg 


Box 78, R. D. 2 


Philipsburg 


16866 


811* 


31*2-3221 


1*5 


Wayne Morrison 


R. D. 1 


Brockport 


15823 


81U 


371-3830 


1*6 


Gary Tamburlin 


R. D. 1, Box 11*6 


Kersey 


1581*6 


81U 


885-8765 


1*7 


Bryce Putman 


202 Curtis Street 


Philipsburg 


16866 


8lli 


3l*2-20U3 




George Wingard 


R. D. 1 


Shippenville 


16 251* 


8lb 


782-31*1*3 




John T. Bates 


P. 0. Box 361 


Ligonier 


15658 


1*12 


238-1*356 






Bureau Of Land Protection 








Donalc 


Lazarchick 


9th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 








Director 


Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717 


787-9870 


Samuel Cortis, Chief 












Div. of Mine Subsidence 


203 So. Washington Road 


McMurray 


15317 


1*12 


91*1-7100 


Regulation 












Anthony P. Mazza, Chief 












Div. of Mine Subsidence 


8th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 








Insurance 


Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717 


787-5565 



565 



566 



Bruce E. Ziegler, Chief 
Oil & Gas Division 



Charles H. Updegraff 
Petroleum Engineer 



Bureau Of Land Pr otection (Continued) 
Pittsburgh 



300 Liberty Avenue 

Room 1207 

State Office Building 



Port Allegany Road 



Coudersport 



Dis- 




Oil and Gas Inspec 


tors 


trict 








1~" 


Charles C. Songer 


P. 0. Box 98 


Pittsfield 


2 


Howard W. Martin 


321 North Eighth Street 


Indiana 


3 


John A. If ft 


981 Park Avenue 


Washington 


h 


William H. Heeter 


R. D. 1 


Rimersburg 


5 


Charlss F. Straub 


P. 0. Box B 


DuBois 


6 


John H. Gerg 


P. 0. Box 961 


Butler 


7 


Leon W. Goble 


P. 0. Box U69 


Grove City 


8 


Wm. E. Sleeman 


21 Van-Ettan Avenue 


Sheffield 


9 


Claude A. Olson 


P. 0. Box 326, #7 West St. 


Coudersport 


10 


Wm. J. Burns, Jr. 


335 North Barnett Street 


Brookville 


11 


Richard Walther 


630 Southview Drive 


Pittsburgh 



15222 


U12 


565-5075 


16915 


8lU 


27U-9196 


163UO 


811! 


563-7853 


15701 


U12 


U63-0590 


15301 


1*12 


228-19L2 


162U8 


81U 


U73-3876 


15801 


81U 


371-U031 


16001 


1*12 


287-0980 


16127 


1*12 


U58-6661 


163U7 


8lli 


968-3753 


16915 


8UU 


27U-9827 


15825 


812* 


8U9-2Uii5 


15226 


U12 


563-3656 



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SUMMARY BY COUNTIES 
TYPE OF WELLS REPORTED DRILLED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1972 





Total Wells 


Gas 










Waste 


Salt Water 




Sotmty 


Drilled 


Gas 


& Oil 


Oil 


Storage 


Intake 


Dry 


Disposal 


& Others 


Test 


Allegheny 


6 


2 


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62 


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4 


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1 


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15 


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17 


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7 


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139 


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102 


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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

OIL AND GAS DIVISION 
ROOM 12 07 - STATE OFFICE BUILDING 
3 00 IJ3ER7Y AVENUE 
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 15222 
TELEPHONE: Area Code - 412-565-5075, 5076, -5077 



CHIEF 
BRUCE E. ZIEGLER 
R. D. #1 

Tidloute, Pennsylvania 16351 
Telephone: Area 814-484-3483 



OIL AND GAS INSPECTORS AND DISTRICTS 



DISTRICTS 



COUNTIES 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



1. 



Erie 



Warren (less Sheffield Twp. ) 



CHARLES C. SONGER 
P. O. Box 98 
Pittsfield, Penna. 16340 
Telephone: Area 814-563-7853 



4. 



Berks 


Indiana 


Perry 


Blair 


Juniata 


Schuylkill 


Cambria 


Lebanon 


Snyder 


Columbia 


Mifflin 


Union 


Dauphin 


Montour 




Huntingdon 


Northumberland 


Adams 


Fayette 


Philadelphia 


Bedford 


Franklin 


Somerset 


Bucks 


Fulton 


Washington 


Chester 


Greene 


York 


Cumberland 


Lancaster 




Delaware 


Montgomery 




Clarion 


Forest 





HOWARD W. MARTIN 
321 N. Eighth Street 
Indiana, Penna. 15701 
Telephone Area 412-463-0590 



JOHN A. 1WS 

981 Park Avenue 
Washington, Penna. 15301 
Telephone Area 4.12-228-1942 



WILLIAM H. HEETER 

R. D. #1 

Rimersburg, Penna. 16248 

Telephone: Area 814-473-3846 



Carbon 
Centre 
Clinton 
Clearfield 



Lackawanna 
Lehigh 
Luzerne 
Lycoming 



Monroe 

Northhampton 

Pike 

Sullivan 

Wyoming 



CHARLES F. STRAUB 

P. O. Box B 

DuBols, Penna. 15801 

Telephone: Area 814-371-4031 



Allegheny Butler 
Beaver Lawrence 



JOHN H. GERG 
P. O. Box 961 
Butler, Penna. 16001 
Telephone: Area 412-287-0980 



Crawford 



Mercer 



Venango 



LEON W. GOBLE 

P. O. Box 469 

224 North State Street 

Grove City, Penna. 1612 7 

Telephone: Area 412-458-6661 






COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 
GIL AND GAS DIVISION 
ROOM 12 07 - STATE OFFICE BUILDING 
3 00 LIBERTY AVENUE 
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 152 22 
TELEPHONE: Area Code - 412-565-5075, 5076, 5077 



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DISTRICTS 



COUNTIES 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



McKean 



Sheffield Twp. (Warren County) 



WILLIAM E. SLEEMAN 
21 Van-Ettan Avenue 
Sheffield, Penna. 16347 
Telephone: Area 814-968-3753 



10. 



Potter 


Bradford 


Wayne 


Tioga 


Susquehanna 




Elk 


Cameron 


Jefferson 



CLAUDE A. OLSON 
P. 0. BOX 326 

#7 West Street 
Coudersport, Penna. 16915 
Telephone Area-814-274-9827 

WILLIAM J. BURNS, JR. 
335 North Barnett Street 
Brookville,. Penna. 15 825 
Telephone: Area 814-849-2445 



11. Armstrong Westmoreland 



RICHARD F. V/ALTHER 
63 Southview Drive 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 1522 6 
Telephone: Area 412-563-3656 



PETROLEUM ENGINES! 



CHARLES H. UPDEGRAFF 
Port Allegany Road 
Coudersport, Penna. 16915 
Telephone: Area 812^-274-9196 



November 2, 1972